H&R Block has agreed to a $4.85 million settlement with California Attorney General Jerry Brown, and to stop marketing refund anticipation loans as early tax refunds.
"This settlement prevents H&R Block from marketing high-cost loans as early tax refunds," said Brown in a statement. "This is especially important because often these loans go to those who can least afford them."
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