Staff (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 14 November 2017
The Main thing I learned From this job is that it is very boring to be a mascot. people might think that being a mascot is easy but standing on your feet doing nothing for 5 hours a day is very hard to do.
*typical days was busy especially from January to April. and after that quiet for the rest of the year. *My customers experience was improved a lot learned how to deal different kind of clients. *Management was excellent "team work" is the priority in the office. the hardest part of this company is seasonal no schedule during June to December. the most enjoyable in this job is when I help my client regarding in theirs income tax problem. and once they leave the office with smile in their face that I called I enjoyed my job.
Income Tax Preparer (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 25 May 2017
Excellent, supportive corporate culture: A++++++++++++ One of the best managers I have ever had the pleasure to work for over the course of a long employment history. Learned something new every day. Hectic at peak periods, but that's the nature of the business. The seasonal nature of the work unfortunately precludes this business from meriting a high score on the Job Security/Advancement or Salary/Benefits scales (temporary work, no benefits package). That being said, the hourly compensation is fair, and the fringe benefits appreciated. Not only are Liberty's clients treated extremely well, but the employees are too. Overall, a terrific employment experience!! Highly recommended.
Income Tax Preparer (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 1 May 2017
A typical day includes preparing tax returns, calling customers, and reviewing colleagues tax returns that they have prepared. We have an amazing team and we all work together to help our customers and ensure satisfaction.
ideal team work
long hours at the end of the tax season, however, this is part of the job
Tax Filler (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 11 April 2017
It was fun experience to work as a tax filler. Every day I was meeting so many new people. It's a good place to work with a team or independently. While filling the returns, I heard many stories from people about their lives.
Liberty is a wonderful place to work. The supervisor is a born mentor and I have learned so much more about Tax Law and Tax submissions that I ever got in Class.
The best part of the job is getting to tell people good news, the hardest part is telling them there is news that is not so good. Either way i really enjoy working with the variety of people that we see.
The job is fun, interesting, you are always learning something new.
Tax Preparer (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 30 March 2017
This is a good company. But tax preparation is seasonal and working hour per week is less. • Interview clients to obtain additional information on taxable income and deductible expenses and allowances • Use all appropriate adjustments, deductions, and credits to keep clients' taxes to a minimum • Prepare or assist in preparing simple to complex tax returns for individuals or small businesses • Check data input or verify totals on forms prepared by others to detect errors in arithmetic, data entry, or procedures • Consult tax law handbooks or bulletins to determine procedures for preparation of atypical return
Mascot (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 19 March 2017
I got hired when I was 18, rehired when I was 19 and worked there one last time when I was 21.. I was the red maple leaf. It was a job I wouldn't have gone for if I didn't need the money but it paid the bills. Unfortunately, I was fired on the day I was moving in with my beloved, on my way to work, I had to set up my guinea pigs cage before heading out which took longer than I thought it would have. No chance of going up the latter
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Fort Nelson, BC – 10 February 2017
Typical day of work involved faxing forms off to get additional information that is needed for someones taxes, answering the phone, photocopying receipts, making coffee, putting information in client files on the computer. I learned how to input information in the appropriate fields to help out the tax preppers. The hardest part of the job was trying not to confuse the fax numbers for the all the reserves, to get information to certain people. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with and the people I met