How much does it cost to file a basic (but late) tax return with places like H&R Block?
If you're single and have one W2 and no other income, about $60 for the federal return, state is extra. Is it really that basic though? I have had a lot of customers who say they have a really easy return, but then find out they sold some stock, lived in several states, sold a rental home, or own their own business. Those returns cost more. Call one of the H & R Block year round offices and ask them how much, they will tell you.
by Dee - 19 hours ago
I don't know. Why don't you do it yourself. Go to IRS.gov and download the forms and send the stuff off and see what happens. I assume you are filing so you can get a refund, so just go for it. You may even be able to file on line with the IRS, I don't know.
by Darby - 19 hours ago
H&R Block would probably charge you about $100. The franchisees have to send money to the main office. If you were my client, based on what you state, probably $50.
by wartz - 19 hours ago
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