H&R Block Coupon Code – New Clients Get $25 Off Tax Prep at Participating H&R Block Locations

Filing your tax return can be complicated and time-consuming. That's why H&R Block is offering our readers an exclusive $25 coupon to file your tax return with H&R Block.
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H&R Block Coupon Code 2021

Filing your tax return can be complicated and time-consuming. That’s why many people choose to hire a professional to help them file their taxes. That’s what I have been doing for the last several years.

That’s also why The Military Wallet has teamed with H&R Block to offer you an exclusive $25 discount. New Clients get $25 off in-office tax prep at any H&R Block location.

This offer is valid for 2020 personal tax returns for taxpayers who did not use H&R Block to prepare their 2019 tax returns. A Coupon Code is required to take advantage of this offer.

H&R Block Coupon Code 2021

How to Redeem This H&R Block Offer:

Visit an H&R Block office near you to drop off your tax documents with this coupon. Let the tax professionals do the work without you having to wait. They will call with any questions and you can even review and approve your return electronically.

Simply visit any nationwide H&R Block store and present this coupon code:

  • COUPON CODE: 79457
  • Offer Expires May 07, 2021

Again, this offer is only available for personal tax returns for taxpayers who did not use H&R Block to file their 2019 tax returns.

You should also provide the Coupon Code during your initial tax office interview to ensure it is added to your account.

Here is the fine print:

Terms and Conditions: Valid at participating U.S. offices for an original 2020 personal income tax return for new clients only. Discount may not be combined with any other offer or promotion. Void if transferred and where prohibited. Coupon must be presented prior to completion of initial tax office interview. A new client is an individual who did not use H&R Block or Block Advisors to prepare his or her 2019 tax return. No cash value. Expires May 07, 2021. OBTP#B13696 ©2021 HRB Tax Group, Inc.

Why Use H&R Block to File Your Tax Return

You can always shop around in your local area to see how much the various companies in your area charge for tax preparation services.

But don’t confuse price with quality. You want to ensure the company you use to file your tax return not only has a stellar reputation, but that they offer a guarantee for the services they provide.

H&R Block certainly meets both of those qualifications.

And saving $25 on a personal return is a great deal.

In addition to providing quality tax preparation services, H&R Block will go the extra mile to ensure you have a smooth and transparent process.

You will know how much your tax return will cost before you start your return. Prices begin at $69 per tax return, not counting state tax returns or any discounts, such as the $25 coupon code listed above.

You will need to visit an H&R Block store to have a firm understanding of what your tax return will cost, since each situation is unique. The more forms and complexity you add to your return, the more your tax return may cost. One of the H&R Block tax professionals can provide more information.

H&R Block also stands behind their work. For example, you can elect to purchase the Peace of Mind® Extended Service Plan, which provides tax audit protection and representation.

H&R Block Online – For the DIY Taxpayer

There are dozens of companies that offer tax preparation software. However, the same thing applies to software as it does to in-person tax preparation – price does not equal quality. So it pays to shop around to find the best value for your needs.

If you are looking for a good place to start, you can always check out H&R Block Online, which will allow you do do your own tax return.

Keep in mind that many tax software companies offer the best discounts earlier in the tax season. Prices often increase the closer you get to the tax filing deadline.

H&R Block Online Tax Software Programs

Here are some of their current offers:

H&R Block makes it easy to import your W-2 by snapping a picture with your phone and importing it to your tax return. You will also get real-time tax refund results – as you fill out your return, the H&R Block software will show you the status of your progress as well as an estimated amount of your tax refund.

Finally, H&R Block guarantees your tax return with a 100% accuracy and maximum tax refund guarantee.

File Your Tax Return with H&R Block Online

A Note About Who is Eligible for Free Tax Preparation

If you are currently serving in the military, you may be eligible to file your tax return for free.

Some taxpayers may also be eligible to file their tax returns for free if they meet certain income limits and do not have a complicated tax return.

You can view the H&R Block Free Online version to see if you qualify to file your taxes for free.

That said, you will most likely need to purchase specialized software if you exceed certain income limits or you have additional forms such as home interest deductions, donations, Health Savings Account contributions, small business or 1099 income, investment income, or similar complexities.

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  1. Vincent Filliatre says

    Vincent Filliatre
    Just wanted to say after experiencing difficulty dropping of my paper work in the 33 st 9 th ave location.
    I was finally able to drop off on Sunday July 12, hopefully there won’t be any issue receiving any online discounts toward making my fee MORE affordable!

    Thank you
    Vincent Filliatre
    PS : the woman that received my paper work was quite wonderful ,professional and accommodating; much appreciated.

  2. Brenda says

    I gave 3 ppl.my $25 off for new clients and the tax lady told me i am.suppose to receive $60 in gift card to use anyplace ..well i still have not received any .what can i do about this i am a faithful client to HR Block and am not happy about being lied to …

    • Ryan Guina says

      Hello Brenda,

      The H&R Block promotion on this site is the only promotion I have any information on and it came directly from the H&R Block marketing team.

      I don’t have insight into any other H&R Block promotions beyond the one listed on our site. You would need to speak with the tax professional you spoke with to verify the terms of any promotions they are or were offering. Another option is to contact the main H&R Block customer service department.

      I wish you the best.

    • Kelly says

      Hi Brenda,

      I think those reward cards come out after April 15th but you should be able to call 1-800-HRBLOCK to find out for sure.

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