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This week in deals: Save 40% on H&R Block At Home Online


Tax time! If you haven't done your taxes, what are you waiting for? Perhaps, a killer deal? I actually have a couple of those waiting for you below.

While I'm not trying to stress you out, you're only 6 days away from the deadline. Stop procrastinating and get yourself to file because after it's said and done, you'll feel so much lighter for doing it, even if you owe money (well, I did).

Unlike me, I hope you get some money back from Uncle Sam! It's like Christmas all over again and think about all the things you could do with that extra money.

To jump start your tax filing duties, I've got 5 great deals that will get you going: 

Deal #1:
 Time to get filing! And yes, I mean your taxes. If you've been holding it off, I've got a great deal that should get your started. Use this coupon from H&R Block to save 40% on At Home Online. Expire 4/12/2013.

Deal #2: If your brand loyal on your tax return company, I've got another deal for you. Right now, get 15% off all online editions by using this coupon from TurboTax. I use to use TurboTax before my taxes got really complicated and the process was seemless and very easy. Expires 4/12/2013.

Deal #3: Do you need to stock up on household items, clothing, kitchen items and more? Use this coupon from JCPenney to save 20% on your entire purchase. This is an incredible deal considering their prices are low to start off with. Expires 4/17/2013.

Deal #4: It seems that most of my friends stock up on beauty products during the Spring time. It might be because after Spring cleaning they've got nothing left. With this coupon from ULTA Beauty, you can save $3.50 on orders over $10. This offer is perfect for a small purchase. Expires 2/23/2014.

Deal #5: I love drug stores. I get some of the best deals on toilet paper, cleaning supplies and more. Use this coupon from Walgreens to save $10 on your purchase over $50. Expires 4/13/2013.

Others: We are heading into the biggest wedding season and you can save 65% off all suits with thiscoupon from Jos. A. Bank. Are you an at-home shopper? Right now, you can save $5 off your purchase over $25 with this coupon from HSN.

It's the best feeling to click send and get your taxes in before the deadline. Once you check that off your to-do list, you've got the rest of the year to enjoy. See you next week when I bring you 5 more incredible deals!

(Source: Savings.com)



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