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H&R Block Study Reveals Majority of Small Business Owners Need Personal Advice to Recover ...

September 29, 2020 GMT

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A majority of small business owners say in the wake of the pandemic, they need one-to-one business advice. This is just one of the main findings in the first of a four-part study, “Small Business Recovery Series,” by H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) tracking the trends of pandemic-related impacts, attitudes, and issues surrounding small business recovery and reopening.

“H&R Block has a long history of helping small business owners manage their tax and financial needs,” said Jeff Jones, president and CEO of H&R Block. “The pandemic has had a devastating effect on small businesses, and we want small business owners to know they don’t have to navigate these challenges alone. We’re committed to providing the resources and guidance they need for their businesses to survive and ultimately thrive again.”

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H&R Block’s “Small Business Recovery Series” study exposes how small businesses are fighting to survive, including:

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For further information Investor Relations: Colby Brown | 816-854-4559 | colby.brown@hrblock.com Media Relations: Angela Davied | 816-854-5798 | angela.davied@hrblock.com