H&R Block reports that its revenues for the fiscal year ended on April 30 rose $118 million (4.1 percent), to slightly more than $3 billion.
The tax prep giant credited improved return mix and changes to pricing in its retail locations, as well as digital tax software product enhancements and monetization efforts and increased Tax Plus financial services product revenues.
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