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FIVE reasons you want to work for us!
1.You like helping people. Helping people is how we build our business.
Taxes can be frightening for people, and missing out on money you’re entitled to is even scarier. That’s why our Tax Pros are trained to put clients at ease, digging deep to get them every dollar they’re entitled to get. Seeing them smile when they see their refund amount? Well, that’s just icing on the cake.
2.You like taxes…you REALLY like taxes! Cool—so do we!
Calling all tax geeks!! It’s OK to like taxes; we certainly do. Jackson Hewitt Tax Service has more than 25 years in the tax prep business and out Tax Pro training is second to none. Join our team and you’ll enjoy award-winning training, free Continuing Education credits as long as you work with us and receive your Record of Completion from the IRS when you complete the IRS requirements for the Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP).
3. You want to work for the best. We want to hire the best. It’s a win-win!
At Jackson Hewitt, we know that our Tax Pros are the face of our company. That’s why Jackson Hewitt makes such an effort to train and hire the very best qualified tax preparers we can. From providing the support you need, to making you ready with our best-in-class training, when you succeed, we succeed. In fact, Jackson Hewitt is the only tax preparation company in the nation to be selected among CLO Magazine’s Learning Elite, for the exceptional training programs we offer!
4. You need flexibility. We offer flexible schedules that really fit into your busy life.
Not really a 9–5 kind of person? That’s OK. Jackson Hewitt Tax Service will work around your schedule. Work while the kids are in school, during the evening, on weekends, or a combination of all of the above. We can create a schedule customized just for you!
5. You want to earn what you’re worth. We couldn’t agree more.
That’s why working as a Tax Pro could see you earning up to $20 an hour, including opportunities for bonus payments. After all, you deserve to be paid as the professional you are and working with us, you will be compensated for your experience and years of service.
Sharpen your pencils! We offer professional income tax training.
Just take the Tax Class and join our team!
We all know the tax code is anything but simple and that tax payers need tax professionals to help them through the filing process accurately. Jackson Hewitt makes learning about the complex, simple—and our Basic Tax Preparation course is a great first step for you to learn a new skill—and earn income.
The Jackson Hewitt Basic Tax Preparation course was developed by our Award Winning Learning Group Join us now, and learn from the best!
We offer training in formats that work for you:
- A traditional instructor-led classroom course that meets over several sessions and is taught by a seasoned tax professional.
- An online version where you learn from your own computer at times that are convenient for you.
- Students enrolled in either of our tax classes have access to our online program, as well as instructor support. We offer you the best of both worlds, no matter which course you choose.
Here’s a peek at the topics covered in our course
- Filing requirements and filing status
- Exemptions and dependents
- Income, such as employee compensation, interest, dividends, alimony, retirement distributions, unemployment compensation, Social Security benefits and other income
- Capital gains and losses
- Adjustment to income, such as moving expenses, the IRA deduction, and education benefits
- Standard deduction and itemized deductions
- Credits such as the Child and Dependent Care Credit, Education Credits, Savers’ Credit, Child Tax Credit, and Earned Income tax Credit
- Filing a return, including electronic filing, refund and payment options, estimated tax payments and amended returns
- Practices, procedures & ethics
Earn College Credit
Our Basic Jackson Hewitt Tax Preparation Course is recognized for up to 3.5 credits with the University of Phoenix®.
Tax school is offered each fall, usually starting around the first week of October.