Enrollment open for H&R Block Income Tax Course
Tax preparation course teaches tax essentials and could lead to a job*
Keeping up with tax code changes can be a daunting task. For those who want to know how these changes impact their lives and the lives of others, annual enrollment for H&R Block’s Income Tax Course is now open. The tax preparation class is conducted at multiple locations at different times throughout the day. There is no tuition fee, but students may need to buy their printed course materials.
The H&R Block Income Tax Course, which started in 1978, gives students the opportunity to learn new skills from an industry leader. Not only will they better understand their own taxes, students also can learn to prepare taxes like a professional.
“The tax code is complex, but no one knows it better or makes it easier to understand than H&R Block,” said Karen Orosco, senior vice president for U.S. retail. “H&R Block’s Income Tax Course is a simple, convenient way to learn to master the annual tax return. And it could even lead to a job with a company recognized as one of the best employers for women, new grads and diversity.”*
H&R Block is not only the expert in tax return preparation, but also makes taxes easy to understand and applicable to the needs of individual taxpayers. The Income Tax Course curriculum includes tax theory, current tax laws and filing practices, step-by-step skills to prepare tax returns, and client communication skills and techniques. Tax topics include:
- Wages, income and taxes,
- Filing requirements,
- Reviews and exams, and
About H&R Block
H&R Block, Inc. (NYSE: HRB) is a global consumer tax services provider. Tax return preparation services are provided by professional tax preparers in approximately 11,000 company-owned and franchise retail tax offices worldwide, and through H&R Block tax software products for the DIY consumer. H&R Block also offers adjacent Tax Plus products and services. In fiscal 2019, H&R Block had annual revenues of $3.1 billion with over 23 million tax returns prepared worldwide. For more information, visit the H&R Block Newsroom.
*Enrollment in, or completion of, the H&R Block Income Tax Course is neither an offer nor a guarantee of employment. Additional qualifications may be required. Enrollment restrictions apply. There is no tuition fee for the H&R Block Income Tax Course; however, you may be required to purchase course materials, which may be non-refundable. State restrictions may apply. Additional training or testing may be required in CA, OR, and other states. Valid at participating locations only. Void where prohibited. This course is not open to any persons who are either currently employed by or seeking employment with any professional tax preparation company or organization other than H&R Block. During the course, should H&R Block learn of any student’s employment or intended employment with a competing professional tax preparation company, H&R Block reserves the right to immediately cancel the student’s enrollment. The student will be required to return all course materials. CTEC# 1040-QE-2127 ©2019 HRB Tax Group, Inc.
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