H&R Block Coupon Code and Discounts

by Rob
HR Block Coupon

H&R Block coupons are available for filing online as well as for filing in person. Here are the most common and best H&R Block coupons available for 2014 and 2015. 3 Reader Appreciation H&R Block Coupons • 15% Off H&R Block (Basic, Deluxe or Premium) (Click the H&R Block Banner for their Coupon made available to […]

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The Intelligent Investor Review Part 2

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If you missed our first part, check out our initial review of The Intelligent Investor.  This is part 2 of The Intelligent Investor Book Review. Investing can sound like a risky game of speculation to some people. Actually, I’d say most professionals I talk to about the stock market always bring up the fact that […]

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The Intelligent Investor Review and Free PDF

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Warren Buffett called it, “By Far The Best Book on Investing Ever Written.” I’m talking about the book The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham. My goal this year is to spend at least 15 minutes a day reading through this 589 page masterpiece.  This article is the introduction or initial review of The Intelligent Investor.  I’ll […]

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PiYO Workout Reviews

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What is PiYO? PiYO is the newest workout series from BeachBody, the group that created P90X and Insanity.  We put together our best PiYO reviews and explain what it is in this article.  Here’s the quick version: PiYO combines the muscle sculpting principles of pilates and flexibility elements of yoga to create a completely new […]

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Food Insurance Review – Best Food Storage Company

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According to FEMA, the number of major disaster declarations since 2004 is 674 and growing. This is an increase of 35% compared to declared disasters between 1994 and 2004. Disaster declarations are on the rise and FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has provided national recommendations for emergency food storage – we’ll detail their suggestions […]

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How to Get Rid of Bank Overdraft Fees

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The other day I was cruising my Facebook and my friend was pouting via a grumpy status about how he had dished out a bunch of cash on gas, an alternator, and college books, and is now facing a late fee from his bank.  I told him how to call his bank and get the […]

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Envelope Budgeting

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Sometimes we get so used to swiping our credit cards that we forget what it is like to spend actual money, and how much it suck to see real money leave your hand.  People try to cut down costs by budgeting, but a mindless excel spreadsheet isn’t always enough to get the point across.  For […]

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TurboTax Coupon Codes – Save 25% in 2015

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TurboTax is one of the most popular ways to file your file your taxes.  It’s extremely easy to use and it ranks as one of the best in customer service for income tax software.  With tax professionals available via chat or phone, you can file confidently and get your maximum tax refund, guaranteed. I personally […]

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10 Best TurboTax Discount Codes and Coupons

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I have been using TurboTax to file my personal and business taxes for the last 8 years.  Every year I would search for discount codes and found a few, but always spent too much time trying to save a couple extra bucks.  Hopefully this list of discounts and coupons saves you time and money this […]

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Can I Claim Myself As a Dependent for My Taxes?

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When you claim exemptions on your IRS form W-4, you are reducing the amount of taxable income that the IRS can take out of your paychecks.  Reduced taxable income means that you will have to pay fewer taxes. When you are going down the list for exemptions for taxes, you will see complexly worded questions […]

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