H&R Block CFO Tony Bowen Announces Retirement

Tony Bowen, the chief financial officer at H&R Block announced he will retire in September this year.

Posted February 8, 2024

H&R Block announced chief financial officer Tony Bowen will retire from the company and will remain at the company into September of 2024.

“Tony has been a tremendous partner during our transformation and instrumental in guiding the company to the strong financial position we are in today,” president and CEO of H&R Block Jeff Jones said in a release. “His contributions during his 20-year tenure will have a lasting impact on the company for years to come.”

H&R Block chief financial officer Toney Bowen. Photo credit: H&R Block

Joens started his career at the company in 2004 as a senior treasury analyst, going on to multiple executive roles including vice president of finance, general manager of DIY tax software and associate vice president of corporate development, according to the release. He was appointed CFO of H&R Block in May 2016

“My time at Block has been an incredible experience and I’m grateful for all I’ve learned, and the opportunities I’ve been given. It’s been an honor to be a part of this transformation journey, and I’m confident H&R Block will continue this path of success,” said Bowen.

The company will begin an external search for Bowen’s replacement.

Bowen was recognized in Ingram’s 250: Kansas City’s Most Influential Business Leaders 2023 edition. For the fiscal year 2023, H&R Block reported a profit of $553.7 million, $3.51 per share, and total revenue was $3.47 billion.