I worked one season as tax prepare because my roommate was studying to be a CPA. It was work experience for her and extra money for me. I took a short class for a week if memory serves me correctly. I am so glad that I had this work experience, taxes are not as intimidating as people make them seem. I have done my and my family taxes ever since then, I just brush up on the new tax laws. I learned a lot about dealing with customer service as well. Most of the Jackson Hewitts were setup in Walmarts, the customer volume was all over the place. There was a lot of emotions expressed during tax season. I liked my supervisor, she was always avilable when any of us need her. It was seasonal work, so besides my roommate I did not talk to many of the other employees. I was there to work and I had another job so I need to get home an sleep. The hardest part of working at Jackson Hewiit was dealing with people who did not like the refund they were getting back from IRS. I understand you pay the government all this money through the year and expect to get a decent portion of it back and you do not, but you cannot take that out on me. The most enjoyable part of the job was closing time.