Tax preparers can have various designation and specialties. Learn how different types of tax preparers at H&R Block can help you in person or virtually.
What’s the difference between an enrolled agent (EA) vs. a certified public accountant (CPA)? Explore the roles of EAs and CPAs at H&R Block.
If you need to complete a W-9 tax form, you may be asking what it’s used for and why it’s needed. We explain the purpose and use of an IRS W-9 form.
What is a CPA, and how can one help you with preparing your taxes? Understand the role of a certified public accountant with the experts at H&R Block.
What does it mean to be an enrolled agent? Learn more about the roles and requirements of enrolled agent (EA) tax preparers at H&R Block.
Didn't get your expected tax refund? Learn about six possible reasons for this unexpected change from the tax experts at H&R Block.
A fiduciary acts on behalf of another person using Form 56, Notice Concerning Fiduciary Relationship. Learn more from the tax experts at H&R Block.
Due to the recent TCJA changes, we have re-released our trusted Tax Calculator. With a side-by-side comparison, you can now plan for this year's tax filing.
You could face a 50% penalty if you do not take the required minimum distribution from your IRA, 401(k) or 403(b) account. Get the facts from H&R Block.
The IRS may use all or part of your refund to settle unpaid federal debts. Learn more about refund offsets from the tax experts at H&R Block.