|Bid||26.98 x 4000|
|Ask||26.98 x 4000|
|Day's Range||26.51 - 27.01|
|52 Week Range||22.45 - 29.81|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.18|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.18|
|Earnings Date||Jun 10, 2019 - Jun 14, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.00 (4.18%)|
|1y Target Est||25.71|
A new report from the American Legislative Exchange Council ranks some of United States' high-tax states at the bottom when it comes to economic outlook.
On this week's segment we call “Family First” for YFi PM, we round-up taxes, cheap airfare, and a new warning for parents.
Shares of Boeing BA ticked higher in extended trading Thursday on news that the aircraft-maker completed 96 flights testing performance of the 737 Max with updated software. The company is working to fix the aircraft's MCAS flight control software and improve pilot training, according to Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg. Shares of H&R Block HRB dipped as much as 2% after hours Thursday after the company released data that showed overall tax liability is down almost 25% on average under the first year of tax reform.
The 2019 tax season has proved to be more complicated and confusing than previous years, thanks in large part to the implementation of changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Luckily, a team of CPAs has been on hand to answer your questions.
H&R Block (HRB) data through March 31, 2019 shows the size of its clients’ tax refunds is up 1.4 percent under the first year of tax reform and new withholding tables, while overall tax liability is down 24.9 percent on average. This gap in outcomes has contributed to a confusing tax experience for anyone seeking to understand how the largest change to the tax code in 30 years, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), impacts them.
Our tax experts are answering Yahoo Finance viewer questions as we hit the homestretch of tax season. Sheila Brandenberg, a New York-based CPA, has some answers for filers who find a lot of the process confusing.
Thanks to pressure from tax preparation industry, Congress is getting ready toban the Internal Revenue Service from ever building a free electronic taxfiling system
With just one week left until the April 15 tax filing deadline, time is running out for people to file their tax returns. During extended hours, H&R Block tax offices across the nation will be open to give people face-to-face help from a tax professional outside of the usual hours and will be open until the last client is served on April 15. H&R Block online filing and desktop tax software products are available 24/7 for people who want to prepare their own taxes day or night.
H&R Block (HRB) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
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Our tax experts are answering Yahoo Finance viewer questions as we hit the homestretch of tax season. A lot of those questions have to do with the delicate dance of taxes and retirement investing.
Through the deadline, H&R Block (HRB) online filing options continue to provide consumers a smooth, DIY tax experience at a great value. H&R Block recommends taxpayers get their paperwork organized and start their return as soon possible to get the best possible outcome. “With time running out, taxpayers who haven’t filed their 2018 tax return need to get started now so they can make the April 15 deadline,” said Heather Watts, senior vice president and general manager of digital at H&R Block.
Our tax experts are answering Yahoo Finance viewer questions as we hit the homestretch of tax season, and a lot of concerns popping up are specific to retirees.
Your Money questions answered: this week a viewer asks: “Is it true that you’re more likely to get audited based on where you live?”
Last year taxpayers, including the self-employed, were told everyone would be impacted by tax reform in 2018. Now taxpayers are filing those returns and H&R Block (HRB) is helping them understand what that means for them. For self-employed filers this can mean additional questions about the qualified business income deduction and if the individual tax benefits they claimed in years past are still available to them.