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Premium tax software (intended for the self-employed and rental property owners) is on sale for $63.71 (orig. $74.95). The 13% cash back brings it down to $55.42.

To get this deal click on the link above, register on eBates if you have not already, then search for H&R Block. A link to the 13% off coupon should appear at the top of the page.

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