In Hazlehurst, MS, beginners train at 7.50, returning preparers are also paid 7.50 for December hours, then 10 per hour. No bonus or commissions and are subject to unfair workplace conditions.
I don't know about u guys but I get $14/hr plus my bonus this is my first year so I'll see how it'll go I'll update next year
Jackson Hewitt pays $8.00 an hour with 1% of fee's charged for bonus at end of the season. Advertising for the job said $11 - $12 per hour 1st season. Did all the classes, tests, TPIN, etc and it was all a ton of smoke... $8.00 was it. Shady way to get people to devote 80 hours of computer time without pay
I was paid around 9.00 a hour and got a end of season bonus.
Answered - Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Mountain Home, AR
They usually get an hourly rate plus commission or bonus based on the total amount done over a set amount. Sometimes is 2 to 3 percent of what income is generated. Depends on tax volumes and services and prices of returns filed.
Answered - Office Manager/Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Lexington, TN
Yes we get both but it depends on how many returns you do and how much money you made for the company.
Answered - Lead Tax Preparer (Current Employee) - Jonestown, NC
No commission foe the taxes that you do. Hourly based pay.
Answered - Lead Tax Preparer (Current Employee) - Jackson, MS
Bonus yes no commission, pay varies on experience and education.
Answered - Lead Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - El Paso, TX
Commission >is based return count verses money paid out per return> so they compare which ever is less that's what you get $1 per return. Hrly is poor you satrt at $8.50 w/ 10cent raises every yr.
Answered - Lead preparer/ manager (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
9.00\10.00 an hour there are commissions to those that make the quota for the week which is based upon the clients tax status which varies per client from 50 to 500
Answered - Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA