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Here's An Easy Way To File Your Taxes This Year

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Here's An Easy Way To File Your Taxes This Year

It's might be everyone's least favourite time of year - but that doesn't mean that tax season is something to be swept under the rug. Especially not when tax professionals are so easily accessible. 

With over 1000 locations across the country, H&R Block Canada has been the country's leading tax preparation firm for over 50 years.

Connect with a local tax expert for the H&R Block Advantage and to help you save money in one of the most complicated tax seasons in your life. 

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Not only can an H&R expert help you navigate CERB and other COVID-19 benefits, but they can also help you figure out how you can save money on your taxes by contributing to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan. Yep! You can save for the future while reducing your annual taxable income.

This year's tax deadline is April 30, 2021. Your taxes can be stress-free.

Additionally, Narcity Readers can get 15% off H&R Block's DIY Tax Software by using the discount code: HRBAFFILIATE20SAVE15. 

To learn more about H&R Block and their tax services, check out their website.

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