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Millions of Americans scrambled to get their taxes done and paid by April 15. The majority of filers -- three out of four -- get refunds. This year the refunds were pretty large, on average $3,000.
For those who abhor deadlines, but also like something free, H&R Block is coming to their aid. Now through the April 15 tax filing deadline, all participating H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) locations and At Home online are offering free tax extension filing.
Raising children can be expensive, as any parent knows. Knowing what taxpayers are eligible for when they become parents can keep them from paying more in taxes than they owe.
The Internal Revenue Service has good news for some taxpayers. First, if you didn't file your tax return in 2009, you still have time -- until April 15 -- to claim any refund you might be due.
What would a tax season be without confusion and last-minute changes? First up, a lot of H&R Block customers are irate about a snafu that will delay their federal tax refunds by weeks.
Many taxpayers think that getting a federal refund is a big deal. They look forward to it all year. It's the largest lump sum lots of people receive, according to the American Tax and Financial Center at TurboTax, the tax software company.
The U.S. tax code grows more complicated every year and currently spans thousands of pages – even government experts can't agree exactly how long it is. So it's not surprising that millions of Americans hire professional tax preparers to complete their returns.