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H&R Block Extends Emerald Advance Line Of Credit Offer Through Jan. 24

H&R Block Inc. (HRB) announced that it will extend its Emerald Advance line of credit offer through January 24. The company said that due to consumer need and limited options for unbanked consumers to obtain credit, it will continue to accept applications from current and new clients in more than 10,000 participating offices nationwide.

H&R Block Emerald Advance line of credit and H&R Block Emerald SavingsĀ® are offered through, and H&R Block Emerald Prepaid MasterCard is issued by, H&R Block Bank, a Federal Savings Bank, Member FDIC. Line of credit is subject to credit and underwriting approval.

by RTT Staff Writer

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