Sunday, March 24, 2013
Here's Why You Should Hate H&R Block
I was an Emory University employee last year. My name doesn't have a suffix, so I left the box blank. I assume that whoever coded H&R Block's submissions to the state of Georgia linked middle initial output to suffix input. I dropped my middle and I'll see if that works.
UPDATE: No, that did not work. H&R Block is going to refund it, however, and since they already let me calculate everything (and print it), I guess I win, assuming that Georgia can recognize a blank suffix when they see it.