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You take a tax class and before classes are over most people are interviewed and they take your personal information and have you sign an employment contract.

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Work environment is poor. I worked in the Bronx grand concourse office. Many violations. I was not able to distinguish the difference between the rude customers from management. The overall morale is very low.

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Pay is 13 an hour

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Get better managers. Boost morale and inprove work environment. Better pay.

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It's seasonal. But I received a better offer at H&R Block so I left them ASAP.

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Working hours are long during tax season.

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Do not take the interview or put your social security number on the application. Attend the rapid class, learn the basics and apply at a reputable tax service that is linked with Better Business Bureau.

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You are not obligated to work for Liberty after the first year, however you do sign a non-compete disclosure that does not permit you to prepare taxes for your own compensation with a specified mile radius. After the training, you will receive a Liberty Tax certificate, saying you completed training after a series of exams.

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Do you work well with people?

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