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Subject:  filing taxes myself / CPA? Date:  4/15/2000  4:11 PM
Author:  oreck Number:  34384 of 121599

1. I don't know a thing on taxes, and I never done them before on my own. I saw the "hrblock.com" site for the first time today, and for $9.95 it says I can file on my own. Their site offers help and does all the deductions for you and you can electronically pay your tax via a bank transfer.

Should I use them and save paying my CPA 1K+ or should I just do it myself . . . . I'm afraid that if I do it myself I won't get/will miss, the savings (deductions) that I normally get through my long standing CPA. What do you reccommend?

e-mail oreck if you can or just post and I'll check now and then to see what the reply is. Thanks.
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