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Jackson Hewitt or H+R Block for income taxes/loan
« on: February 15, 2019, 11:16:48 PM »
Does anybody know which one is better in general and which is better to borrow the $3000 or $3500 from? The H+R Block commercial says 0% APR at the bottom of the screen in fine print but I wonder what they get out of it besides your business.

I know doing it myself is the cheapest way but I don't have last year's AGI (Adjusted Gross Income) which is required to E-file this year's tax return. I requested my transcripts from the IRS but it's taking forever to get to me in the mail so I'm probably going to need to borrow (or really get fronted money) by HR Block or Jackson Hewitt. I'm supposed to be getting back like $10k so I'm really not that worried about paying them to do my taxes and I should qualify for the "loan" of $3k or $3500 depending on which one I use.

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