The year 2018 is only one month away from its completion, and while that conjures up happy anticipation of fun events like Christmas and New Year’s Eve, it also portends something much less enjoyable – tax season.
Now, some of you might not start thinking about taxes until February, or March, or if you are a real procrastinator, even April. But it behooves you to get a jump on it as soon as possible. Obviously you aren’t going to file anything yet…but you should at least start thinking about it. And by that I mean getting your tax software before the prices skyrocket after the New Year.
Today, as part of Cyber Monday Deals Week, H&R Block’s tax software – for homeowners/investors, small business owners, and self-employed/rental owners – are on sale. For as low as $14!
Normally $45, H&R Block’s homeowner/investment software is 56 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
H&R Block Tax Software Deluxe + State 2017 + Refund Bonus Offer on sale for $19.99
Normally $80, H&R Block’s small business owner software is 54 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
H&R Block Tax Software Premium & Business 2017 + Refund Bonus Offer on sale for $36.99
Normally $45, H&R Block’s self-employed software is 54 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
H&R Block Tax Software Premium 2017 + Refund Bonus Offer on sale for $29.99
Normally $35, the download version of H&R Block’s software is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
H&R Block Tax Software Deluxe 2017 + Refund Bonus Offer [PC Download] on sale for $13.99
Cyber Monday may be over, but the deals continue through Saturday for Cyber Monday Deals Week. The Daily Dealer will continue to be your one-stop-shop for all the internet’s best offers.
‘Don’t just get your taxes done. Get your taxes won’ (YouTube screenshot/H&R Block)
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