H&R Block and Taxing Civil Unions

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To follow-up on an earlier post, the Los Angeles Times is reporting here that H&R Block has agreed to reimburse civil union couples who began filling out their tax returns online only to be told that the company’s software did not support civil union returns.   These couples ended up having to pay extra ($155 in one reported case) to complete their returns.   The company has agreed to provide couples either a $100 coupon toward having their tax returns prepared or a free copy of its tax preparation software.

-Anthony C. Infanti

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