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W!n $300 MasterCard Gift Card From H&R Block’s Emerald Advance #HRBlockLoan

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People usually take stock of their accomplishments in life when passing milestone birthdays. I am no different. When I was still sharing an apartment with my BFF, right before we were turning 30, we made a pact to quit paying rent. We were going to buy houses. It’s hard to believe with how the market looks today, but in the year 2000 I settled on my very first home.

Up until then I had never itemized my taxes, and completing my annual tax forms was pretty simple. That changed when I bought my townhouse. Being an accounting major in college I thought I could handle all the tax implications of purchasing a house. Yeah. Not so much. 2 complete refilings after the initial one, and I was finally done. From that moment on I vowed to get help with my taxes.  I wanted to make sure I got the most out of my return, and possibly not even have to wait for the big payout!  Wouldn’t it be nice to get your tax refund now to help with your upcoming holiday shopping?

With H&R Block’s Emerald Advance  service, folks may be eligible for up to $1,000 without having to jump through lots of hoops.  People can apply starting November 19th and receive their cash advance in time for the holidays. Whether they use Emerald Advance to cover holiday gifts, or for travel expenses to spend time with family over the holidays, people can feel good about relying on a financial expert they can trust all year.  How nice to spend more time celebrating and less time worrying!

More details on H&R Block Emerald Advance:

  • Starting November 19th, apply to get up to $1000 cash in time for the holidays
  • All you need to apply is a valid photo ID and your most recent pay stub (no W2 form required!)
  • You don’t already need to be an H&R Block client to apply

Now for the fun part!
H&R Block’s Emerald Advance is giving one lucky reader a $300 Mastercard gift card!
Would that be a nice supplement to your holiday spending allowance!

Win It: One U.S Reader 18+ will win a $300 Gift card courtesy of H&R Block. (please read full disclaimer)

How to Enter: Please log into the rafflecopter below using your Facebook I.D to keep track of your entries or your email address so I can contact you if you win. 

Don’t forget: Share your own tip for holiday shopping on a shoestring budget, and feel free to check out all the amazing tips The Night Owl Mama is sharing over HERE.  There are some great ones, you do not want to miss!

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DISCLOSURE: H&R Block has provided the $300 gift card for the winner of this giveaway. The prize was provided, and may be shipped to the winner by H&R Block, but H&R Block is not a sponsor, administrator, or involved in any other way with this giveaway.
All opinions expressed in the post are 100% my own and honest opinion and not those of H&R Block.
Entrants must be 18 or older and located in the US only.
Winner to be chosen at random.
In The Kitchen With KP did not receive compensation for sharing this information or promotion.




25 thoughts on “W!n $300 MasterCard Gift Card From H&R Block’s Emerald Advance #HRBlockLoan

  1. Barbara Burns

    My best money-saving advice for the holidays is to not wait until “holiday season” to begin. Keep generic gift items in stock year round, and collect them year round when you find great prices on them. Same with toys — Target, for example, has toy clearances a few times a year; and sometimes you can even find Target store coupons and/or manufacture coupons to use on top of the clearance prices. It may be a gamble with some items, but at those prices, it’s worth the risk! :)

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  2. Kris Garvey

    The one thing I would like for Christmas is for my house to be finished renovation – but we’re doing it ourselves and my husband is lazy :( hehe

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  3. Kris Garvey

    I use the Amazon app while shopping to price compare, also use Google shopping to make sure I’m getting the best deal. Look for promo codes, coupons, everywhere you go! Also cashing in points from sites like MyPoints to get gift cards.

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  4. Susan C
    Twitter: susitravl

    Recently divorced and moved to a cute house with my doggies, but the lawn has stickers and they hurt my puppies paws. I would use the $300 for lawn treatments so they can run and play.

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