H&R Block At Home 2010 Deluxe Federal + State + eFile [Old Version]
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How much does a state e-file cost? One of the reviews said it costs more to efile your state return. Can someone tell me how much? I went to H and R's website and found something saying it would be 34.95.

http://www.hrblock.com/taxes/products/online/popups/state_fees.html

Is it really that much?
asked by kazper on January 9, 2011
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Well, it depends on the revision you use. If you by the software to install on your computer it's $19.95, if you use the internet verison it is what the chart says... $35
Waeqh's Wife answered on January 12, 2011
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It certainly appears to be $34.95 which is enough for me to avoid this tax software since I desire to efile both fed and state returns.
Craig answered on January 12, 2011
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TurboTax charges $19.95 extra to e-file with there software also. Online services the e-file charge is $37.95
Waeqh's Wife answered on January 12, 2011
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I think it varies by state.
Eric Pregosin answered on January 17, 2011
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state efile is reallya rip off. The tax cut Deluxe +fed efile +statedownload is 24.95 and the state efile alone is 19.95!
Z. Xue answered on January 30, 2011
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I decided to try the online options and found taxslayer to be the most cost effective and ranked up there with other tax software. State efile is only 4.95, which is good because I have 2 I needed...
kazper answered on January 30, 2011
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Everyone should consider checking their states website. NJ lets you electronically file your return for free directly on their website.
Ryan Gandtree SFC LTD answered on February 8, 2011
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CA e-file is $19.95.
L. Anderson answered on February 25, 2011
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the problem with using on-line options is that you are trusting your financial data to someone's website. pretty risky stuff.
Ali Julia answered on February 1, 2011
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I think it is $20. They used to include State filing now they have "airlined" it by adding this as an additional charge.
BigBrotherAmazon answered on January 11, 2011
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