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Tax Day is April 18th; Does Your Tax Prep Service Fund the Liberal Agenda?

Tax Day is April 18th. Do you know if your Tax Prep Service Funds the Liberal Agenda?

taxes - tax - tax dayOver 2000 years ago, three days secured an incredible gift of grace.

By coincidence of the calendar this year, it just so happens that taxpayers will have three extra days of grace as the celebration of Easter will extend the tax filing deadline to Tuesday, April 18th.

That means the 21.5 million Americans who wait until the last minute will likely be spending some time this weekend pulling together financial statements and choosing a filing service.

At 2ndVote, we’ve researched some of the top names in tax-prep software to help you find service best aligned with your values. Click on the links below to see the scorepages for each of these companies.

Jackson-Hewitt (3 – Neutral) is the the second-largest tax-preparation service in the United States and has no record of advocacy on any policy issues.

Intuit/TurboTax (2 – Lean Liberal) has directly donated to Planned Parenthood and is a sponsor of the National Council for La Raza, and organization that lobbies for sanctuary city policies.

H&R Block (1.4 – Liberal) is a corporate supporter of the Center for American Progress, the liberal think tank founded by former Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

Our research shows that Jackson-Hewitt makes the best match for conservative values as their neutral position on the issues indicates that the dollars you spend with this company will not be used to fund the liberal agenda.

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