H&R Block is a company where you get help to prepare your tax forms. How should I tag that?

Name: H$R Block Office/shop: Tax ?

Note that taginfo shows more shop=tax than office=tax... I didn't expect that. What about office: accountant? That would be simple but it's not exactly right.

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What's wrong with "office=accountant" for this kind of business?

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answered 20 Jun '12, 16:24

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office=tax sounds better; you could go there for tax services, not to 'buy a tax'. The 'office=' tag group was created after shop= , and that's likely why there are more shop=tax than office=tax.

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n my opinion office=tax should be reserved for government tax offices not for tax accountants or tax advisors even though they have offices

(07 Aug '12, 13:35) andy mackey
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