Spend up on H&R Block Inc. That’s the message Wall Street analysts are sending when it comes to the U.S. tax preparer’s stock, which fell to a three-year low April 7 on concerns about slowing growth. On average, they see shares rising 45 percent to $36 over the next 12 months, just below the $37 the company paid to buy back $1.5 billion of its shares last September.

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