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February 04, 2012

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Marion
1.

Thanks for your kind comments. I don't think you can go wrong taking the H&R Block tax class, even if you never prepare taxes.

Alone Not Single
2.

I stumbled on your blog while looking for information about H&R Block's Tax Preparation courses. I found myself reading your posts forward from the one about your H&R experiences, which is what brought me to your post about the 2012 caucus. First, I wanted to commend your individuality and courage for identifying with a group, but not letting that group BE your identity. Too many people, on both or ALL sides of politics and life, would or could never firmly make and declare their own decisions, though those decisions conflict with the group. Second, I am thankful for your insight into the H&R Block course. I just hope I can find out if the course is accepted by anyone other than H&R and University of Phoenix. If not, I just might be better off taking a more general course, but then again, maybe not. It's only late February, I've got a month or two to figure it out!

Thank you again,
Alone, Not Single Momma

Marielaina Perrone DDS
3.

Always imagined these meetings in a different way. Thanks for lifting the veil of secrecy.

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