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H&R Block At Home TaxCut software can be used online, and is available for installation on Windows and Mac computers. H&R Block At Home Best of Both is an especially notable offering that lets you prepare your own tax return, then have a tax professional review the return for $80 (at the time this was written). HR Block prices are reasonable. State and e-file fees are extra with some versions of Tax Cut.

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H&R BLOCK FREE 2011 EDITION: The best solution for first-time filers and simple tax returns that includes error-checking.
H&R BLOCK BASIC 2011 EDITION: Step-by-step guidance, Double checks for errors, Easy for first-time users, Easily imports your W-2, 1099 and last year’s information from TurboTax® and H&R Block At Home™ software, Includes 5 free federal e-files. (State program additional fee)
H&R BLOCK DELUXE 2011 EDITION: Includes everything in Basic, plus: Personalized tax guidance, Mortgage Interest and charitable tax deduction maximizers, Sale of stocks, bonds and mutual funds, IRS Tax Audit support from a tax professional, Easily imports your W-2, 1099 and last year’s information from TurboTax® and H&R Block At Home™ software, Includes 5 free federal e-files and 1 state program download. (State e-file is an additional fee)
H&R BLOCK PREMIUM 2011 EDITION: Includes everything in Deluxe, plus:Schedule C guidance, Rental income assistance, Tax laws and planning resources, Advanced tax calculators, Live tax advice, Easily imports your W-2, 1099 and last year’s information from TurboTax® and H&R Block At Home™ software, Includes 5 free federal e-files and 1 state program download. (State e-file is an additional fee)

PROS

* H&R Block prepares accurate returns with all qualifying credits and deductions.
* Great value for feature set
* Worry-Free Audit Support with all versions, even free online version
* H&R Block At Home for Windows and Mac includes 5 federal e-files, online includes one
* Help resources are easy to find and use
* Deluxe version supports investments

CONS
* Can’t work ahead in return
* Their state filing fee is higher than most

OTHER
* Tax interview is faster than ever.
* If the software does not support an obscure tax form you need, your tax professional will help!
* Help for using H&R Block TaxCut software is neatly arranged and hidden away until you need it.
* Saves time with import of W-2 and 1099 data (depends on payroll processor and brokerage).
* Don’t pay for H&R Block At Home Online until you file a tax return.
* H&R Block At Home Premium is a lower-cost alternative for self-employed individuals and those with rental properties.
* H&R Block At Home Deluxe supports investment-related tax issues, do not need to buy Premium version for this support.
* H&R Block Best of Both is a great value at $80 for those want a tax pro to review their return and answer questions.
* Tax-related FAQ’s listed on the right change depending on the part of the return being worked on at the time.

Things to remember:

If you have a choice between claiming the standard deduction or itemizing your deductions, claim whichever LOWERS YOUR TAX:

Standard Deduction
The standard deduction is a fixed dollar amount that reduces the income you’re taxed on. Your standard deduction varies according to your filing status. In 2010, the standard deduction was:

$5,700 if you’re filing as single or married filing separately
$11,400 if married filing jointly or qualifying widow(er)
$8,400 if you qualify to file as head of household

Your standard deduction increases if you’re blind or age 65 or older.

About 2 out of every 3 returns claim the standard deduction.

The “Standard Deduction”

Allows you a deduction regardless of whether you have expenses that qualify for claiming itemized deductions; Eliminates the need to itemize your deductions deductions: such as medical expenses and charitable donations; Lets you avoid having to keep detailed records and receipts of expenses in case you’re audited by the IRS.

“Itemized Deductions”

Itemized deductions will also reduce your taxable income. Ex: If you’re in the 15% tax bracket, every $1,000 in itemized deductions will eliminate $150 off your tax liability.

You would benefit from itemizing your deductions on your Schedule (A) (1040) if you:

Have itemized deductions that total more than the standard deduction would receive
Had large, medical or dental expenses (Uninsured)
Pay mortgage interest & real estate taxes on the home that you own
Have unreimbursed expenses as an employee that are larger than normal
Had large, uninsured casualty losses; for example: fire, flood, wind or theft
Donated large contributions to charities
Had unreimbursed miscellaneous expenses of a larger nature

However, even if your itemized deductions are less than your standard deduction amount, you still have the opportunity to itemize your deductions rather than claim the standard deduction. A situation that would arise where you might want to do this if the tax benefit of itemizing on your state return is greater than the tax benefit you would lose on your federal return by not claiming the standard deduction. It is a detailed process and we highly suggest seeking the advise of a Tax professional in order to be sure of what to do.

Before 2010, if your adjusted gross income (AGI) from Form 1040, line 38 was more than certain amounts, some of your itemized deductions might be limited. However, for 2010 this limitation was removed, and you could deduct the full amount any itemized deductions.

About 2 out of every 3 returns claim the standard deduction - what happens for 2011 remains to be seen.

ITC BOTTOM LINE - Using H&R Block At Home software is like having your own personal tax accountant in the room with you. Check out the H&R Block Coupon Codes at the top of this page!

Discussion 4 Comments

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