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What: H&R Block
So what: H&R Block announced it may not offer tax refund loans during the upcoming 2011 tax season because of a disagreement with HSBC
Now what: H&R Block has sued HSBC. H&R Block has a contract with the bank to supply refund loans through 2013, and doesn't view the IRS' decision to withdraw its digital indicator as a reason for HSBC to stop providing the loans. Historically, tax preparation services such as H&R Block and Jackson Hewitt
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