Are you still putting off your taxes? The clock is ticking, but you still have a little under a month left to file. That is plenty of time to enter my TaxCut USB flash drive giveaway! TaxCut is good tax preparation software, and it is actually what I’ve used the past few years. In addition to the typical tax preparation, H&R Block has launched a new service that serves as an online community called Digits.
The community serves as a hub where tax and financial discussions can live alongside conversations about politics, entertainment, the environment and other topics of interest because we all know there’s more to life than taxes. Along with timely features like “Tax Tip of the Week” and “Ask a Tax Advisor” (which links visitors to an H&R Block tax pro), Digits also features tax season diversions such as comic web videos and personal finance podcasts. In addition to the fun stuff, Digits also provides help and details on the important stuff like Congress’ recently approved tax rebate plan and more.
I have 3 of these USB drives to give away. Each one comes preloaded with TaxCut Premium Federal + State. This alone is a $40 value, but as an added bonus, you are free to use the USB flash drive as you see fit. With 1 GB of storage, this can be incredibly handy for portable documents, music, videos, and more. If you have used other tax software in the past, I think you’ll find that H&R Block’s TaxCut very easy to use.
Entering the contest is simple. All you have to do is leave a comment in this post with a valid email address and list the team that you think will win the Men’s NCAA basketball tournament. If you’re unfamiliar with the teams or tournament, you can find a list of teams here. By the way, GO MICHIGAN STATE!
The deadline for leaving a comment is 9 p.m. EST on Saturday, March 22nd. At that time, I will select three random numbers from random.org to correspond with the comment numbers. I’ll then send the winners an email to request mailing information. Good luck!
Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle
My name is Jeremy Vohwinkle, and I’ve spent a number of years working in the finance industry providing financial advice to regular investors and those participating in employer-sponsored retirement plans.