Your interview process begins when you enroll in tax class. Your interview will end at the end of take class.
No interview, just complete the course and they may hire you. now is the time for all good men
Answered - Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Culver City, CA
Answered - Certified Bilingual Tax Preparer (Current Employee) - Midlothian, IL
Answered - Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Manassas, VA
You first have to complete the school; and testing portions, if you do well they then go by your personality.
Answered - Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Casper, WY
Fill out an application and then audition as a sign waver. They'll dress you up in the costume, hand you a sign, and put you outside to see how you do. I'd recommend bringing your headphones that day; music makes the job easier.
Answered - Sign Waver (Former Employee) - Clinton, NC
You must complete the tax class before you are considered for hiring.
Answered - Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Enfield, CT
Extremely laid back. Was asking questions about high energy, how long were you able to stand on your feet. Past job history. This is a perfect job or teens with no work history.
The interview process consists of questions on your past jobs, availability and information on if you are hired
Answered - Manager and Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Do a tax interview to give the tax preparer a diagnostic idea of what forms needs to be file for each specific client and what the situation and the counseling will be for each client.
Answered - Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Dorchester, MA