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No matter how complex (or simple) your tax needs are, there’s an H&R Block Tax Office that offers the services to meet them. These are the various types of H&R Block Tax Offices along with descriptions of the services they provide.
Premium Offices are staffed to handle the most complex tax returns. They offer personal one-on-one consultations with our most knowledgeable Tax Pros in
the privacy of a closed workspace. These offices are open year round.
These offices offer Emerald Advance line of credit. You can borrow and repay up to $1000 (depending on bank approval) throughout the year to help pay for things like car repairs, bills, or other emergencies.
In addition to offering individual tax return services, Business Tax Offices provide expertise in filing partnership, corporate, not-for-profit, and trust returns. These offices also offer bookkeeping and payroll services for businesses.
Our highly trained Tax Pros are dedicated to finding every tax deduction you have coming. Our Tax Professionals are required to pass over 84 hours of specialty training each year so they have skills to handle your specific tax situation.
Senior Tax Advisor (1-5): 310-unlimited Hours
The above certifications are awarded by H&R Block based upon training completed and do not represent any certification from a government or other independent agency.
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