H&R Block (HRB) will not offer tax anticipation loans in 2012 as a combination of the IRS...
H&R Block (HRB) will not offer tax anticipation loans in 2012 as a combination of the IRS providing faster refunds and a spate of negative publicity about the high cost of such loans to customers eats away at demand. A consumer group notes the loan fees translate to the equivalent of an APR of 169%.
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