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Reward For Tax Procrastinators

Last night I received an email from a representative of H&R Block and he has offered me a coupon code for a free copy of TaxCut Premium + State + Efile.

Since I just purchased my tax software, I will not be able to take advantage of the coupon myself. Therefore I would like to reward the readers of this site with the chance to win this free copy of the TaxCut Premium edition, including a free Efile – a $64.95 value.

The time is running out to file your taxes so this contest will be for the procrastinators in the crowd that have yet to file their taxes. Due to the limited time before the tax filing deadline, I will keep the duration of the contest short so you will need to act fast in order to take advantage of this offer.

Contest Rules
In order to enter the contest for the free copy of TaxCut Premium ($64.95 value), you will receive one entry for each of the following up to a total of three entries:

  • Add a comment to this post expressing your desire for the free software
  • Add My New Choice to Your Technorati Favorites
  • Write a brief (mimimum 200 words) review of My New Choice and link back to the main page and also to this post

The contest will run from today (March 31st) through 11:59PM (CST) Friday April 6th, 2007. At that time, I will take all of the entries and perform a random drawing to select a winner.

If you write a review of My New Choice, please drop me an email with the link to your post so I can be sure to have a record of your entry. Good luck in the contest and I look forward to seeing those entries!

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15 Responses to Reward For Tax Procrastinators

  1. […] Because I just recently purchased my software, I have opted to offer this free software as a prize to my readers. If you would like to participate in the contest, check out my Reward For Tax Procrastinators. […]

  2. I don’t need the software but you’re on my favorites for technorati!

  3. […] Since we are talking about contests, I thought I would just make mention again of my offer to win a free copy of TaxCut Premium + Efile over at my other blog. Unfortunately that contest has done even worse than Stephen’s contest […]

  4. […] week I posted about a free copy of TaxCut Premium that was up for grabs to my readers, courtesy of H&R […]

  5. […] But, if you haven’t done your taxes yet, there is a silver lining. My New Choice is holding a Reward for Tax Procrastinators giveaway, where one lucky winner will get a free copy of TaxCut Premium + State + Efile ($64.95 […]

  6. […] the extension has nothing to do with my personal tax return but is related to my offer for the free copy of TaxCut Premium. Originally I had scheduled the contest to run until 11:59PM CST on Friday the […]

  7. […] filed for an extension. If you’ve procrastinated this long, you may be interested in the free copy of TaxCut Premium + State + Efile at My New […]

  8. mnc, I would love to get a copy of taxcut software if you still have one of those codes, thanks!

    smV

  9. The winner for the giveaway of TaxCut Premium has been selected in a lengthy and difficult drawing for the one entry and I am happy to announce that the winner is….smV! :lol:

  10. Just curious, does this tax software cover corporate tax and individual taxes. I have a company in which I’m the sole employee. I would need something that could do both.

    • Bill, are you operating as a sole proprietorship or as an LLC or S-corp or something else? I’ve been filing my individual returns and sole proprietorship for quite a few years covering my side consulting work.

      TaxCut handles that without any problems.

  11. derek,

    if you would like to do another incentive offer let me know.

    It shouldn’t be a problem to work out a deal with eFile.com

  12. Derek,

    I’ve been using OnePriceTaxes for the past two years to do my federal taxes. I love their customer service and their prices!

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