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H & R Block 2020 K Street office has a new location in D.C.

Tax Expert Alfred Pinkett and his team have moved to a new location
Tax Expert Alfred Pinkett and his team have moved to a new location
Photo by Professor Metze

The H&R Block office on 2020 K Street,NW, has moved to 900 17th Street, NW, just across the street from the Farragut West Metro Station. The new location is closer to the Metro and is conveniently located next to the SunTrust Bank. The same friendly and helpful customer service is available at the new 17th Street location.

H&R Block is the leader in professional tax services for over 50 years. H&R Block has nearly 11,000 offices. Customers are guaranteed that if H&R Block makes an error on your return they will pay any resulting penalties and interest assigned by the Internal Revenue Service.

In addition to the seasonal H&R Block offices there are also offices which remain open throughout the year. Customers can go to for information on the various programs that are offered and to find office locations and office hours. Customers can also call 800-HRBLOCK for more information.

Another benefit of having your taxes done at H&R Block is the tax preparer keeps copies of each client's tax returns for at least three years. If previous tax returns are lost in a fire or flood H&R Block can provide the missing information within the three year period.

The H&R Block website also provides the following services:

1. Customers can look up the closest H&R Block office.

2. Find a tax professional.

3. Make an appointment.

4. Use the H&R Block tax tools and calculators for free.

5. Review tax tips.

6. Download H&R Block tax software.

The experience of H&R Block tax professionals is one of the major factors in the success of the company. Alfred Pinkett, III, has been with H&R Block for three decades and his experience is combined with other long time tax preparers who share information and tax knowledge. Pinkett recommends that customers come to H&R Block because the tax laws can be very complex.

Alfred Pinkett can be reached at

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