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File Your Taxes Free Online wih earned income less than 57,000

kktl32 464 January 20, 2013 at 11:13 AM in Finance (5)
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Filing your own taxes is easy.

To be eligible for free federal and state income tax filing with the Beehive, you need:
Earned income of less than $57,000 in 2012
A valid email address
A valid Social Security Number (or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number)

http://www.hrblock.com/cmpgn/goto..._0002&SID=

it's through H&R Block

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#166
I cant get the state free...and I made less than 57k...by a lot. Any help?
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Same problem! Filled out everything. Federal is free, but the State fee won't go away =(

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I cant get the state free...and I made less than 57k...by a lot. Any help?
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Quote from prince38xias View Post :
Same problem! Filled out everything. Federal is free, but the State fee won't go away =(
I figured it out...I had already started a not-free tax return online, so it had me in a no free state loop. Youll have to input all your info again but this link here asks you to start the free file. The other link didnt ask me to... Hope that helps!!

http://www.hrblock.com/taxes/part...m_180_0001
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Thank you so much, zira! hug

too bad MA is not one of the "free" filing states. Hopefully they are gonna have another free deal...

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I figured it out...I had already started a not-free tax return online, so it had me in a no free state loop. Youll have to input all your info again but this link here asks you to start the free file. The other link didnt ask me to... Hope that helps!!

http://www.hrblock.com/taxes/part...m_180_0001
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#170
"Real" SDers pocket over $57K in deals that make money after rebates.
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Quote from rocker1_ View Post :
isn't 57k a year minimum wage these days? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) laugh out loud That seems like a burger king or walmart salary.
I wish it were min. wage
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#172
in for later, looks like there is some useful info in this thread.
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Quote from prince38xias View Post :
Thank you so much, zira! hug

too bad MA is not one of the "free" filing states. Hopefully they are gonna have another free deal...
You can file MA taxes for free (in most cases) by going to mass.gov/dor and following the link to webfile for income.
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up for those still filing
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Quote from zira View Post :
I figured it out...I had already started a not-free tax return online, so it had me in a no free state loop. Youll have to input all your info again but this link here asks you to start the free file. The other link didnt ask me to... Hope that helps!!

http://www.hrblock.com/taxes/part...m_180_0001
Is there any way to file State Tax free for Ca? That link doesn't show Ca one of the free ones though.
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Quote from tuna9720 View Post :
Is there any way to file State Tax free for Ca? That link doesn't show Ca one of the free ones though.
hth https://www.ftb.ca.gov/individual...ware.shtml
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#177
From what I know, HR Block offers Free Edition of Federal State return since long time ago, when you go to their website you can always see "At Home Free Edition". What is the difference of this with the one in the HR Block website, I see nothing except the "BEEHIVE" logo appears on the top when you use this one:
Link from HR Block website (At Home Free Edition):
https://taxes.hrblock.com/hrblock...&FV=F&HT=F

And the link that OP post in this thread (Beehive HR Block Free):
https://taxes.hrblock.com/hrblock...&FV=F&HT=F


What is the difference, if anyone know.....
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#178
I just did mine..
Both Federal & State E-files were accepted..
100% Free.. Great Deal..
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Quote from sushikid View Post :
From what I know, HR Block offers Free Edition of Federal State return since long time ago, when you go to their website you can always see "At Home Free Edition". What is the difference of this with the one in the HR Block website, I see nothing except the "BEEHIVE" logo appears on the top when you use this one:
Link from HR Block website (At Home Free Edition):
https://taxes.hrblock.com/hrblock...&FV=F&HT=F

And the link that OP post in this thread (Beehive HR Block Free):
https://taxes.hrblock.com/hrblock...&FV=F&HT=F


What is the difference, if anyone know.....
They appear to be the same.. But is the HRblock Website Free.?
The beehive Link is 100% Free..
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Thank you so much, saved a decent amount of $!
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