The trading setup for HRB looks very enticing. Not sure how awesomeS-TOCKS finds all these incredible trade ideas but im happy.
New tax law changes will hurt HRB. Minimum filing threshold will increase to around 35K of taxable income. That will reduce quite a number of retires from having to file. Easier taxes means less need for a professional from HRB. They will just file free online with a number of free services. Most of the HRB offices I saw this tax season were empty. I even know 2 in my area that have closed. HRB pro charging you $350+ to get your taxes done or do it yourself online for free?.....hmmmm...free usually wins.
Time to change the CEO.
Why would anybody invest in this stock??? The stock isn't going anywhere and the divy isn't that great.
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Am I the only one that sees that H&R Block is not only losing money but losing clients as well? Do we seriously cheer a stock because it lost less money than we expected?
A Barrington Research note points out: " In total, the IRS reported a decline in e-files of 10% through February 24 compared to HRB’s decline of 7%. In the Assisted category, HRB outperformed the industry with a decline of 8% compared to the IRS reported decline of 13%. In the DDIY category, HRB outperformed the industry with a decline of 5%."
Congratulations! You are losing less clients than the IRS average! Instead of being Hollywood Video, you are Blockbuster Video. If the stock continues to climb, I think I will consider for shorting. What do you think? What am I missing? Real POV only, please -- no stupid website commercials. Thanks.
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3 days left before H&R Block Inc (HRB) will start trading ex-dividend, should investors buy?
Important news for shareholders and potential investors in H&R Block (NYSE:HRB): The dividend payment of $0.22 will be distributed into shareholder's accounts on Mon 03 Apr 2017 but the stock will begin trading ex-dividend already on the Fri 10 Mar 2
I don't understand the suits in Kansas City -- last year 30 million wasted on some foolish contest; this year super bowl commercial, Jon Hamm and Watson are wasting more money and not bringing in customers. Lower the prices and you will keep your old customers and get new ones.
Not a viable business model any more. No future.
Congratulations to HR block for fixing their state forms. I have an annuity, a pension, and some IRA withdrawals. My 1099's said there was no taxable State income from any of these sources. In addition, my state does not tax retirement income. For years, their software put that income on my state form, and I had to manually go back, and enter a full basis, so that no income would be taxed. When I entered a basis for the State, the program kept giving me warning messages. So this year, I downloaded the state, and wala, none of this income is showing up. Its just showing up in the Federal forms, where it belongs. Thanks for finally fixing that. Who says good things don't happen to those who are patient. And to any of you who live in a state that doesn't tax retirement income, you may want to look at your state forms for the last few years, and see if your retirement income was put on by HR Block, and you didn't bother to check.
bad news for hr lol
to me it sounds like "Get your Taxes One". Someone in advertising goofed I guess.
H & R Block has new ads running in their "Get Your Taxes Won" campaign. These are the worst ads for a tax preparation services that I have ever seen! They remind me of the "mayhem" ads for insurance, which may be alright for insurance, but really stink it up as an ad for income tax service!! What do you think?
How about that. HR Block and Turbo Tax both cost $54 if you sell stocks. How can they both be the same price ? Isn't it illegal to collude on pricing ?
Most people use H & R Block for help in filing for the Earned Income Credit and Child Care Credits. Because the EIC is subject to fraud, the eligibility rules are confusing and convoluted. The EIC dollar amounts can be substantial and it is worth it to go to HR Block in order to receive the credit.