For a first year tax pro training begins in Sept. If you are a returning tax pro/manager training is year round with the main focus July thru November.
Answered - Office Manager, I (Former Employee) - Gastonia, NC
Answered - Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Greensboro, GA
November, late fall.
Answered - Tax Professional (Former Employee) - Bainbridge, GA
Most training is unpaid. The beginning training one has to pay for your self.
Answered - Tax Preparer (Current Employee) - Kennewick, WA
H&R Block offers Receptionist, Tax Preparers, and Manager positions in the Hampton Roads area. The training for a tax preparer starts in September for those interested in preparing taxes. Training for tax professionals is a continuous process throughout the year.
Answered - Office Manager (Current Employee) - Chesapeake, VA
In the summer for tax professionals and the winter for CSPs
Answered - Client Service Professional/Receptionist (Former Employee) - Pensacola, FL
HRB does not generally hire people to work as accountants. Tax Professionals are required to have and are offered extensive training through HRB.
Answered - Office Manager III (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH
The Income Tax Course usually begins in August or September (depends on how often a week you go to class - MWF vs TTh) Successful completion of the course will grant you an interview - not guarantee of a job. You need to be a 'people person' and also able to work in a face paced environment.
You will not be an accountant (different speciality) but rather a tax professional.
You can make application on the H&R Block website
Answered - Receptionist (CSP) (Former Employee) - Mishawaka, IN
1 month after tax season ends through the next tax season.
Answered - Tax Associate (Tax Season Contract) (Current Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO