This package allows customers to import W2, 1099 and last year tax return. H&R Block import abilities allow you to import tax documents from various platforms instead of having to manually enter that information in.
The 2020 version of H&R Block Tax allows users to choose between downloading software to their computers or directly accessing online software databases (online editions). It really depends on your specific needs in choosing the online vs. software version, and we’ll try to spell those out for you below. One notable difference across the board: all of the downloadable software versions charge and additional $19.95 fee to electronically file your state return. And that can get expensive, depending on the edition you’re using.
All online and software filing editions of H&R Block offer:
This plan is very similar to the Free plan, with the major differences being better importing capabilities and access to prior-year returns. It costs $39.99 to file a federal return and $39.99 for each state return.
Basic comes with all the features of the Free plan, plus the following:
The Deluxe plan, which costs $54.99 for your federal return and $39.99 for each state return, is ideal for filers with capital gains or losses from investments, retirement income, and those who made charitable donations (cash and non-cash) with a total value in excess of $500 during the tax year. It also offers a juicier refund bonus.
It comes with all the features and functions of the Basic plan, plus:
The Premium plan is ideal for business owners, landlords, the self-employed, and others with complex tax situations. It costs $74.99 for your federal return and $39.99 for each state.
The Premium plan comes with all the features and functions of the Deluxe plan, plus: