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Intuit: Tax Preparer
IntuitWalnut Creek, MO
Overview If you’re a highly motivated individual with a business background and excellent communication skills, we need you to help our customers complete their taxes using TurboTax. You’ll advance our goal of “Powering Prosperity Around the World” by providing expert guidance and explanations of tax and technical terms to our customers.
Income Tax Preparer
Financial & Tax Services, L.L. CBrookfield, MO
Income tax preparation and bookkeeping/accounting services provided to a variety of clientele.
jobsearcher.com/articlesTax Preparer Certification
The ideal candidate is an experienced tax professional (CTEC and EA) who has the following skills and will handle the following responsibilities.
The candidate needs to be CTEC certified and have a valid PTIN. He or she should have experience with filing personal or business tax returns.
Tax Preparer - Store Operations
Jackson HewittBrookfield, MO
Join the team that is focused on being advocates for our clients, and getting them their maximum tax refund, faster, and with fewer associated fees.
Entry Level And Experienced Tax Professionals, PA
H & R BlockMeadville, MO
H&R Block has been focused on quality client service for more than five decades and is the largest tax preparer in the industry.

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