Tax Refund & Payment Options


Getting you the max money back is up to us.
Your tax refund and payment options — that’s up to you.

Working with H&R Block means having a partner that works with you. We have tax refund options that allow you to choose the ways to get your tax refund. And when the time comes to pay for your tax services, we have options for that as well.

Is it here yet? …How about now?

We know. When it comes to tax refunds, waiting is the hardest part. Fortunately, we make it easy to check the status of yours. And we offer convenient tax refund options, so you can choose what works for you.

Check Refund Status

Options for Receiving Your Tax Refund


H&R Block Emerald Prepaid Mastercard®Disclaimer number 110. Scroll to bottom of page.

Have your tax refund or the proceeds of your Refund TransferDisclaimer number 119. Scroll to bottom of page. loaded directly into an Emerald Card® Account. Then use your Card everywhere Debit Mastercard® is accepted. Learn More

Direct Deposit

Choose direct deposit to have your tax refund payment automatically deposited into your checking or savings account.

Check

Have the IRS mail your tax refund check to your home. Or if you purchase a Refund TransferDisclaimer number119. Scroll to bottom of page. you can choose a check for an additional fee. The Refund Transfer allows you to pay nothing out of pocket the day you file for your tax preparation and related fees and other authorized amounts, which are deducted from your refund after all our services are complete.

Options for Paying Tax Preparation Fees


Pay Nothing Out of Pocket

With our Refund Transfer,Disclaimer number119. Scroll to bottom of page. you can pay your tax preparation and related fees and other authorized amounts with your refund. Your fees are deducted directly from your tax refund after all our services are complete. Learn About Refund Transfer

Pay Your Tax Preparation Fees Your Way

And of course, you can also pay your H&R Block tax preparation fees with cash, check, debit card, or credit card.

Tax Payment Options if You Owe the IRS


Credit cards, debit cards, direct debits, installment plans — there are a variety of ways to pay the IRS should you owe taxes this year. Remember, it's important to pay the IRS by the April 15 deadline to avoid interest and penalties.

Federal Tax Payment Options

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