money for nothing and taxes for free

Haven’t done your taxes yet? Are you one of the people turned off by the cost of buying software or going to an accountant? Here’s your chance to get a copy of H&R Block’s TaxCut Online Premium for the low, low price of free. I’ve already done my taxes, which is bad news for me (for several thousand reasons, if you get my drift) but good news for one reader since I’ll give it away!

I have a link and a code for TaxCut Online Premium + State + efile ($59.95 value). All you have to do is leave a comment to this post, and I’ll select a winner on Sunday, April 6th, at random. The cutoff for entry is April 6th (Sunday) at 11:59 PM EST.

Ah, free stuff. Speaking of free stuff, I have added a link to Revolution Money Exchange over in the middle column of the blog, and signing up for it is some of the easiest free money you can get for yourself. Create an account and you’ll get $25. What is Revolution Money Exchange? Here’s how they describe themselves:

Easily exchange money online.
MoneyExchange is the new way to send and receive money online between MoneyExchange accountholders. It’s a great way to exchange money with friends, colleagues, or online sellers. Share restaurant, travel, or household expenses. It’s easy, secure and, best of all, it’s FREE to register and FREE to send and receive money between MoneyExchange accountholders.

In my words, RME is this: PayPal with lower fees. I’m hoping it will do what Google Checkout was attempting to do: de-monopolize the online payment business. I like PayPal for a variety of reasons (mostly that everyone uses it) but there needs to be some competition to keep prices in line. So I’m excited to start supporting Revolution Money Exchange, and I was even more excited to get $25 just for creating an account. So join up with the button on the right if you want to try it out and get $25 for yourself. Or click here:

8 Replies to “money for nothing and taxes for free”

  1. Nice I’ve always wanted to try a tax premium program. And now? I will. Man, my arrogance is unabounded only by the facts that I am always right and probably praised somewhere. Maybe…

    Haha my attitude stems from the lost of almost 10 pounds. Woo Atkins.


  2. I agree about PayPal, it’s convenient BUT it cost money every time you send or recieve money. It’s just too much. That’s what got me about eBay, every little thing started to cost and at the end it’s just not profitable to sell. You pay fee on eBay then you pay on PayPal and it eats away at your profits.
    I hope this RME will be better, maybe not exactly like PayPal but it doesn’t have to be.

  3. I with I needed the free software, but I don’t. Sometimes just feel like winning something for nothing ;o))

  4. Ah, this is a generational thing, I think. I use PayPal when I absolutely have to, but I still don’t trust it. I’d rather send a check in the mail!

  5. As a severely broke college student, I’d love a shot at this.

    Either way, thanks for everything. You’re doing good work here. Consider the RSS feed subscribed to.


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