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H&R Block at Home Deluxe : Making Life Easier for Homeowners and Investors
There are many different kinds of the H&R Block tax preparation software and each version of it enables a specific group of people to be able to properly file their taxes. And, for those people who happen to be investors and homeowners, there is a version of their tax preparation software that has been tailor-made just for them, and this is none other than the H&R Block at Home Deluxe.
While utilizing all of the useful features of its predecessors such as its easy-to-use interface and its tax refund calculator that comes for free, the deluxe version also has its own added features which are for investors, such as accounting for their stocks, bonds and mutual funds, thus enabling them to easily file their taxes. Homeowners, meanwhile, will be able to utilize their mortgage interests as well as their charitable tax deductions.
And, best of all, the tax guidance system that is provided by the H&R Block at Home Deluxe is one that is personalized and will fit the nature of the job of each person. As the case with all products made by the trusted company H&R, the deluxe version also guarantees people that the calculations that will be made by their software are accurate. If, however, an instance happens where a person receives notices and penalties from the IRS due to errors made by their program, then the company will be willing to pay up to $10,000.
Tax preparation is truly a daunting task, especially for people who also happen to be homeowners or investors. But through the help of the H&R Block at Home Deluxe, the task of filing one's taxes will be made a lot easier and instead of concentrating on making sure that the taxes which they have filed are correct, homeowners and investors who use this tax preparation software can now focus on their jobs as well as their earnings.
(H&R Block at Home Deluxe 2011)