H&R Block At Home Premium

H&R Block At Home Premium 2010 Tax Prep

File your taxes without worries

H&R Block At Home Premium is a do-it-yourself tax application for United States tax filers who earned taxable income in 2010. View full description

PROS

  • 24 hour live help support
  • Easy-to-follow instructions
  • Useful help pop-ups after every entry

CONS

  • Still over-complicated in areas

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H&R Block At Home Premium is a do-it-yourself tax application for United States tax filers who earned taxable income in 2010.

Every self-respecting American despises filing taxes, as rightly they should in many respects. The process is often over-complicated and a lot longer than it really needs to be. If filing taxes on your own fills you with a sense of dread unmatched by anything short of having a root canal without novocaine, you're not alone. H&R Block At Home Premium is here to make your life considerably simpler, at least when it comes to filing your federal and state taxes.

First, you'll need all of the employment forms you received from your employer(s) to use H&R Block At Home Premium. By law, these are required to be sent out to you by January 31. W-2s, 1099s, you name it: you need to have them in order to take advantage of H&R Block At Home Premium. It's also useful to have your 2009 tax forms as well. If you filed last year with H&R Block, Turbotax, or a similar program, H&R Block At Home Premium gives you the option to import your personal information so you don't have to manually fill it up, saving you quite a bit of time.

H&R Block At Home Premium goes through your federal tax information first, although you do have the option to skip around if you like. There's a handy progress menu on the top of the H&R Block At Home Premium screen. As you fill in information, you can see your refund calculations in the upper right hand of your screen for both federal and state taxes. If you find yourself stuck in a certain area, H&R Block At Home Premium has "learn more" buttons that link to helpful pop-ups. If you're still confused about how to proceed, H&R Block At Home Premium comes with free, live expert advice from H&R Block's community of specialists.

For tax filers who simply want to import forms like the W-2, 1099, or last year's return, want to maximize mortgage interest and charitable tax deductions, or need to include information on the sale of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, H&R Block At Home Deluxe is a more appropriate choice.

H&R Block At Home Premium comes with everything included in the Deluxe version. The premium version is great for people who need more hands-on advice from online tax experts, those who need Schedule C guidance, more information on tax laws and planning resources, advanced tax calculators, and rental income assistance.

For a fully comprehensive at-home federal and state tax filing tool, H&R Block At Home Premium's your best bet.

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H&R Block At Home Premium 2010 Tax Prep