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America's Tax Man Turning 90
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TitleAmerica's Tax Man Turning 90
AbstractArticle featuring a profile and an interview with Henry W. Bloch, co-founder of H&R Block. Natives of Kansas City, Bloch and his brother Richard started H&R Block in 1955, running advertisements in the newspaper to do personal tax returns for five dollars. Since retiring in 2000, Bloch has devoted more of his time to philanthropy, raising funds and promoting projects for institutions such as St. Luke's Hospital, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and the Bloch School of Management at UMKC.
AuthorMark Davis
PhotographerDavid Eulitt
DateJuly 29, 2012
SourceThe Kansas City Star
PageA1, A6-A7
See Also"A Series of Fortunate Events? Bloch Credits Success to Luck," The Kansas City Star, July 29, 2012, A7; "Bloch's Fortune to Fund Giving," The Kansas City Star, July 31, 2012, A1, A7; "Marion and Henry Bloch Launch Family Foundation," The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle, August 2, 2010, vol. 92, no. 32, 3, 5
Local SubjectBloch, Henry W.
H&R Block
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
University of Missouri--Kansas City
Bloch, Marion
Bloch, Richard A.
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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CONTENTdm number40319
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