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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - H&R Block Inc.
It's never been easier to prepare your own tax return.
An early rally fizzled on the stock market Friday but still left the Standard & Poor's 500 index up 7.4 percent for the week, its biggest gain since March 2009.
H&R Block Inc. is formally dropping its bid to buy the maker of TaxACT software, after a federal judge thwarted the deal because of antitrust concerns.
The Department of Justice is trying to halt H&R Block's plans to acquire the creator of TaxACT software, saying the deal would leave just two major competitors in the do-it-yourself tax-preparation market.
If you're willing to pay a $35 fee to overdraw your checking account, just text your approval to the bank. Under a pilot program at Bank of America, customers would be able to instantly reverse a declined transaction.