Free TaxCut Online Premium Software for the Most Creative Tax Deductions

March 29, 2008

If you haven’t done your taxes yet, the clock is ticking. According to the “Countdown to Tax Day” calendar there are 17 days left until your returns have to be filed.

You may actually have benefitted from procrastinating this time.  I’m giving away access to H&R Block TaxCut Online Premium + efile to two readers of this site.

All you have to do to win is leave a message about the most creative tax deduction you’ve ever taken in the comments below.  If you’ve never gotten creative with your taxes you can just comment on how much you dislike paying taxes and all the things you could be spending the money on instead.

I’ll pick two winners from the comments at random, each person will be emailed a code that will give them free access to TaxCut Online Premium, provided courtesy of H&R Block.

The deadline it to be determined, I won’t keep it open for too long since tax day is quickly approaching.  So enter your comment today and I’ll let you know once the comment entries are closed and we have two winners!

Ben

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3 Responses to Free TaxCut Online Premium Software for the Most Creative Tax Deductions

  • Andrew

    Are you still offering the free TaxCut?

  • Andrew

    I remember as a teenager I hated getting my paycheck and seeing all the money they took out, I tried to talk my boss into not withholding all that money.

    As an adult I’ve come to terms with the fact I have to pay taxes but I still don’t like it!

  • donna jean

    No interesting tax deductions taken here, though I’m loving this first year as a homeowner. Usually I’ve long sine filed in January or as soon as the W2s arrived, but was caught off guard by a missing W2 this year and am not running behind. Can’t believe it’s going to be April when I file.

    Guess I don’t get too worked up over paying taxes either, though I wish it could be calculated dead-on so that I’m not owing or getting anything back each year, but maybe with practice we’ll get there.

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