Wednesday, 6 March 2013

H&R Block Tax Software Giveaway

Now that RRSP season is over, it's time to start thinking of preparing a tax return for 2012 even though the deadline for submission is a seemingly distant April 30. The Canada Revenue Agency's NETFILE online tax submission service is open for business and the CRA is ever more enthusiastic to receive the return via electronic means instead of on paper.

Thanks to H&R Block, I am giving away three codes for the online web version of their personal tax preparation software for Canadians. That's a value of $13.95 up to March 13 and $15.95 thereafter.

Here are the details of the giveaway:
  • To enter submit a comment on this post below - though you don't have to, I'd be interested in your comments on tax prep software since I am again working on my annual review of all the CRA NETFILE certified packages (last year's review here); use a unique name (Anonymous won't suffice!) so I can distinguish people
  • One entry per person please
  • Entries close Tuesday, March 12th midnight EST
  • I'll do a random draw of three (3) names from amongst the entries after the deadline
  • Winners will be announced on the blog and asked to contact me via email with their own email address so I can reply with the code to enter in the H&R Block tax software (your email will not be used for any other purpose than to contact you as a winner)
Good luck!

5 comments:

Jade said...

Awesome!
I can't really comment on software; the past two years I've had mine done by an accountant, but this year things are much less complicated and I'm looking forward to trying it myself.

Mir&a said...

I am going to use only software this year and am most concerned with T5's since even the H&R Block people last year were confused over my return

Traciatim said...

You know, if you don't win free software, you could use Studio Tax... It's always free.

W said...

I've used uFile in the past, but would be open to try H&R Block

CanadianBudgetBinder said...

This will be the first year since I moved to Canada just over 5 years ago that I prepare my own taxes. I can't comment on any software as I haven't personally used it but would love to give it a try. I just hope that all goes well as I'd like to continue doing it on my own. Cheers

Wikinvest Wire

Economic Calendar


 Powered by Forex Pros - The Forex Trading Portal.