Weekend Ramblings & PF Blog Love: H&R Block at Home Tax Software Giveaway

Congratulations to Michael E for winning the Secrets of a Stingy Scoundrel book giveaway!  I’ll be sending your book shortly (as long as you have given me your address haha).

If you didn’t win the book, don’t fret, because there’s another giveaway on this blog.  I know that basically every other blogger is giving away tax software, but I thought that if you weren’t able to get the prize there, but you certainly will have a higher chance to enter here!  I know some of you might have already started on your tax return (and boy, do I envy you!) but in case you haven’t, it might help to get some tax software help.. for free!

I have FIVE H&R Block At Home Tax Software programs to give away thanks to the lovely people at H&RBlock Canada.

I warn you though, this software only works with PCs (I’m sorry my fellow Mac friends!).  Also this contest is only open to Canadian residents.

It does up to 16 tax returns (so you can do your grandparent’s taxes, your dog’s taxes, etc.) and includes free audit assistance online in case you’re strapped.

Retail value $29.99.

Good luck and thanks as always for reading!  You can enter at the end of this post ;) I’m going to make you sift through my PF Blog Love readings first.

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Young is a writer and former owner of Young and Thrifty and the main "twitter' behind Young and Thrifty's twitter account. She lives in Vancouver, BC and enjoys long walks on the beach, spending time with her anxious dog, and finding good deals. If you like what you read, consider signing up for email updates.

35 Responses to Weekend Ramblings & PF Blog Love: H&R Block at Home Tax Software Giveaway

  1. I a late March kind of guy. Not last minute, but definitely not now. I find the forms don’t make it to me till early March anyway.

    • @Alex Zh- I haven’t gotten mine yet either. I learned my lesson not to do them too early because after you submit it you’ll get a T5 in the mail and you’ll want to pull your hair out.

      • @fabulouslyfrugirl- No worries, I would have entered you even if you didn’t answer the question! :) Just cus you commented. Good luck! My mom still does her taxes by hand (she’s old school that way). Once you go electronic you don’t go back!

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