Second Life Tax Help From H&R Block

03.19.07 | Money | 0 Comments | by junger

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I have to admit that I'm not into Second Life, the virtual world that seems to be popping up in the news everyday.

Not too long ago, news agency Reuters became one of the first commercial shops to open up in Second Life, and joining them is H&R Block, who will be offering free tax advice to online resident.

From the press release:

Visitors to H&R Block Island will experience a new virtual tax world as they arrive at a landing point dotted with welcome signs, maps and other navigational tools, including:

* A virtual H&R Block tax experience where real life tax professionals will be available in avatar form to answer tax-related questions free of charge. H&R Block

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