No free benefits package is included in wages.
I am not sure of anything regarding the benefits package at this moment. Seasonal tax preparers are offered benefits packages if they meet a certain criteria. There are professional development opportunities through the extensive tax courses and CE courses taught by H&R Block employees, instructors, etc.
Increasing costs of health care, but the vacation package is pretty good. 401(k) with matching, ESPP, and group life insurance and disability too.
Taxes are done for free
401k, paid holidays, paid sick days,paid personal days
These plans for tax pros are very hard to qualify to have. There is a specific amount of hours required to work in order to qualify. Many won't even know how these benefits are because many don't qualify.
The insurance offered is subpar. Inadequate coverage with high premiums.
You will know the ins and outs of taxes and be able to prepare you own.
They offer the full range of benefits you would expect at any large employer. I would say the costs are average and the coverage is average. Nothing exceptional or horrible.
The only benefit was a stock option which was worthless at the time we could cash it in
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.