Teresa Hensley 
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Re: “A Worker's Life Under H&R Block

H&R Block is a way to supplement income, that's why there are a lot of retired people who work there, military spouses, and people who are only looking for extra cash. You decide how much you make by taking extra classes and increasing your certification levels. There are some in our office who make $60 per hour. If you want to make big bucks, become an Enrolled Agent. Also, they charge for the training course because you have other companies that send their employees to H&R Block to learn about taxes. For military spouses the course if free. I've worked for block for 11 years and employees have an opportunity to work year-round if they would like but most of us choose not to. If you worked after the normal tax season you'd see why Peace of Mind is so important however, you were busy writing about the horrors of your first year. Why would they pay a first year preparer lots of money? You're not skilled enough to make $30 an hour, you're doing the easiest returns. You don't go home and do research for hours into the night before a complicated tax return appointment the next day. You just input the basic information and that's it. When you've worked for H&R Block a few years, you'll see that it's not the horrible place you've made it out to be in this article. Now, back to my H&R Block studies...

Posted by Teresa Hensley on 10/14/2015 at 9:41 AM

Re: “A Worker's Life Under H&R Block

This writer seem bitter and angry and definitely has incorrect information in this article. Taxpayers do need Peace of Mind and if they don't want to pay for Peace of Mind, the standard Guarantee is free and still pays penalties and interest if there's an error. Peace of Mind covers taxes that were not accounted for due to the error, or a credit the client wasn't supposed to receive so technically, the client would have had to pay that additional amount anyway if there was no error. I dislike this article and wonder if you were at a Franchise office or company owned office. That could make a difference.

Posted by Teresa Hensley on 10/14/2015 at 9:29 AM

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