H&R Block online tax services are 25% off through 7/15. – Mashable - Freelance Rack

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Wednesday, July 8, 2020

H&R Block online tax services are 25% off through 7/15. – Mashable

TL;DR: Save 25% on online tax prep with H&R Block.

Almost half of millennials are freelancers, and it’s easy to see the appeal. Being a freelancer means you’re your own boss, and that’s awesome. Even if you have a full-time job and take on side gigs from time to time, your added hustle can score you some much-needed extra cash. 

Until tax time rolls around, that is. 

If you made over $400 freelancing last year, it will most definitely impact how you file your taxes. And if you’re not smart about it, you could end up losing a large chunk of your hard-earned money on July 15, which defeats the purpose of hustling your butt off in the first place, right?

Don't end up like this.

Don’t end up like this.


Fret not, freelancers. H&R Block has a robust menu of easy-to-use online tax prep services to help you nab every write-off you deserve and keep your money zipped up inside your fanny pack. To kick off the savings, H&R Block is offering 25% off their online services. Freelancers will be especially interested in the Premium package for contractors and gig workers, on sale for $52.49 (normally $69.99). 

This is saving-on-tax-season energy!

This is saving-on-tax-season energy!


All of H&R Block’s online packages include on-demand chats with tax experts and screen shares, if the show-and-tell approach is easier for you. But the biggest perk is knowing all the strategic things you can write off as a freelancer. Here are just a few deductions that H&R Block can advise you on: 

• If you WFH, the square footage of your workspace could be deducted as a home office.

• If you’re a contract healthcare worker, you might be able to write off your scrubs.

• You can deduct website hosting fees and platform upgrades (like LinkedIn Premium) that boost your online presence.

• If you relocated for work, you can likely write off pet moving expenses, like carriers and pesky airline pet fees.

Lastly, if you happen to have a legitimate medical condition that can be improved with a swimming regimen, you might be able to write off a new backyard pool. This isn’t really a tip for freelancers, but it is summer. Just sayin’.

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