Liberty Tax Service hosts job fair and open house in Auburn on Saturday

  • Wednesday, December 13, 2017 2:46pm
  • Business

Liberty Tax Service hosts an open house on Saturday, Dec. 16, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its office, 901-B Auburn Way N.

The open house will feature information about a free tax school and multiple employment opportunities for the upcoming tax season.

Liberty Tax is recruiting for office managers, tax preparers, wavers (sign holders) and marketers for multiple locations. For those interested in learning tax preparation, there will be information about Liberty Tax’s free accelerated course that teaches taxpayers how to find the deductions and credits that can be applied to the tax return, and how to get the refund they are entitled to receive.

For more information about the job fair and open house, call 253.249.7085. To learn more about Liberty Tax or to find the office nearest you, call 866-871-1040 or visit libertytax.com.

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