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H&R Block offers free tax help

By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  The deadline to file your taxes is quickly approaching and with more than 300 tax law changes, H&R Block is offering free tax all night Thursday, March 25th.

More than 50 tax experts from H&R Block are offering 24 hours of free tax advice. You can call 1-866-HRBlock (1-866-472-5625)or email your questions to http://getitright.hrblock.com. Tax experts can help answer questions to recent law changes which include child tax credits, higher education credits, and homeowner benefits. Some of the most frequently asked questions are about unemployment compensation.

"It depends on where your income is the first $2,400 for the federal is not taxable of unemployment compensation, but anything above that could be tax liability to the taxpayer," said Clifton Bush, H&R Block District Operations Specialist.

H&R Block says with April 15th quickly approaching, march madness could quickly turn into April anxiety.


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