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Students Can Learn to Prepare Taxes with No Obligation
Fri. Sep 14, 2012 09:36 AM

The average American worker may hold at least 5-7different career jobs during their lifetime, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  With unemployment still about 9%, many job seekers have even more interest in diversifying their skill sets and exploring instruction and higher education options.  Liberty Tax invites the public to learn tax preparation with no obligation in fall tax classes at convenient locations across the country. The company’s eight-week tax school can help students learn personal tax-savings advantages and strategies as well as a new skill that may lead to certification and employment.  Students can overcome one of life’s most highly ranked fears, taxes, while working in a business with a “Made in America” product.

Learning the skill of tax preparation can be a personal financial and employment advantage during this economic downturn.   Liberty Tax is planning to staff up at its 2331 W. Shady Grove Rd, Ste. 101 location by tax season with plans to fill 10 Tax Preparer positions.  No previous tax preparation is required. 

“Anyone and everyone can take our classes. The main requirement is the willingness to learn individual tax preparation and apply the tax code to many situations.  It’s a great refresher for the latest changes and life changes affecting our students,” commented Jesus Martinez, Owner of Liberty Tax Service in Shady Grove Rd in Irving.

Class schedules are flexible with day or evening classes available twice a week for ten weeks. There’s a minimal charge for books and supplies.

Liberty Tax Service is actively recruiting bilingual tax school students.  For registration and other details, call Liberty Tax Service at 972-259-1099.



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