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H&R Block Military, Veterans Discount (Or Free?) • 2023

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Did you know that about 25% of military members use H&R Block to file their taxes? That means the only tax prep software that’s more popular is TurboTax, which also has a special edition for the military & USAA.

HR Block specializes in accommodating the needs of military members and veterans, ensuring that you get all the deductions and maximum refund you deserve. They also have an on-site resource center here to help with the most common military-related tax questions.

While H&R Block does not have a specific “military edition,” they do offer members of the military several ways to several ways to file taxes for free or at discount pricing with H&R Block. Here’s how, plus today’s top discount codes for military, veterans, USAA, and civilians:

Top H&R Block Discount for Military, Veterans

Right now our exclusive discount for all H&R Block online or download products is the best deal online:

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However, as an active-duty member of the Armed Services, you may also qualify for their Free Edition.

1. Military Can Use the H&R Block Free Edition:

Is H&R Block free for the military? While H&R Block doesn’t advertise a free “military” version, many members of the U.S. Military qualify for the H&R Block Free Edition. Their software also will recognize you as military and search for all potential deductions that you may qualify for as a member of the military or spouse of an active-duty military member.

However, there are a few qualifications such as a maximum income. To see if you qualify, click below.

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View H&R Block Free Edition

2. File Free w/ Military OneSource MilTax

Military OneSource MilTax is a suite of free tax services and software provided by the U.S. Department of Defense for military branches including the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines.

OneSource provides its own free tax preparation and e-filing software designed specifically for the needs of active-duty military members.

Learn more about free tax prep with OneSource here.

Top 3 H&R Block Military Discount Codes Now:

  1. Extra 25% off in-store filing with code 61557
  2. Get 25% off online editions with promo code: HOOAH2023
  3. Qualifying members of U.S. military file free with no key code

3. H&R Block Veteran, USAA Discount:

Military veterans, USAA members, and some Reservists may find that they can’t file free with H&R Block using the options above. If that’s the case, you can file online or download with a discount towards their Deluxe, Premier, or Self-Employed Editions.

In fact, you’ll be asked early on in the process whether you are in the military so that they can focus on military-related questions about expenses, combat pay, and state residency.

HR Block covers military-related details that lesser brands of tax prep software may miss, like the Military Spouse Residency Relief Act. (MSRAA)

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Do you prefer to download their software, or do your taxes online?(no discount code needed!)

If you own a business or drive Uber, also consider their Self-Employed edition, and check out our coupons for subscriptions from The Wall Street Journal, QuickBooks, and Barron’s Digital

We also have the following military discounts:

Thank You for Your Service!

H&R Block specializes in tax prep for military members. While there is no specific, separate edition of HR Block software for military members, their regular software is designed to meet the needs of active-duty military members and Veterans.

You’re out there risking your life for our freedom, and what do we give back? A discount on H&R Block tax software. (Eh hem!?) That doesn’t seem like a fair trade, because it’s not. So, we’ll just end by saying thank you!

About kevin

Hi, I'm Kevin McCormick. I graduated from Rutgers U., and now live in Philadelphia with my wife, three kids, and a dog. I enjoy blogging in my free time, especially about finance and the history of taxation. Thanks for stopping by Mighty Taxes!