Bonus is based on tax returns completed.
No benefit is provide for a part-time position.
Honestly its seasonal so you dont get the benefit package. You would need to work over a certain amount of hours that just isnt possible with a seasonal job. The bonus is available if you are a tax professional for 2 seasons and you meet a quota.
for first year tax pro, there isn't any additional bonus or benefit from the company; for second year and more, there are incentive bonus plus other benefit.
Basic package, not much to offer
Very strong benefit options and plans.
There aren't any benefit packages or the usual benefits. It's seasonal work.
The pay is hourly based with commissions on each client you service. there is an incentive to work with as many clients as possible
Best: Personal tax preparation is free. Worst: You lose insurance coverage during forced 8-week furlough unless you pay COBRA premiums.
Best is flexible hours, job training, professional development as a tax preparer and an allotment for family and friends returns. Worst is complicated bonus system.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.