Fanatical at Liberty

Archive: April 2014

I really enjoyed working for Liberty Tax Service because I was able to dance for so many people and I love to dance!!! It has inspired me to pursue my dreams of opening my own dance studio "Unheard Movement" for the people with Disabilities!!! Thank you Liberty Tax Service for helping me realize my dreams!!!
Posted By: Jeremy Bullock on Saturday, April 26, 2014
Last year, I attempted to do my own taxes, just like I had for the previous years of my adult life. However, after driving past the guy dressed like the statue of liberty every day, I decided to have my taxes double-checked at Liberty Tax. I couldn't believe it, but they were able to get me over $1200 more for my return!! Naturally, I returned this year to have my taxes done at Liberty Tax again.
Posted By: Becky Huss on Friday, April 25, 2014
Everyday I would see this guy dancing practically in the middle of the road. He would be out dancing no matter the condition rain or snow. I was interested to know why he danced and who he was as a person. It turned out I knew the guy. I did not really recognize him because he had lost a lot of weight from his dancing.
Posted By: christian Smooth on Monday, April 21, 2014
I was a joiner when I saw the hard working liberty wavers. I needed to claim some casino winnings as a non resident alien and while I knew that I needed a 1040 NR, and had a sample to follow, I thought I would let Liberty help. And help they did, and promised me a return in 8 - 21 days. Unfortunately that didn't happen.
Posted By: Kathleen Garrity on Monday, April 21, 2014
#1 It’s amazing how the casual observance of such a simple number can have an unexpected and continued impact on your life. In one of my first meetings with John Hewitt, we were discussing our shared love of card playing. I’m not sure who challenged whom, but it wasn’t long before we were engaged in a heated game of Spades.
Posted By: Karen Sorrell on Friday, April 18, 2014
Liberty tax touched my life because without them I would have truly been lost this year without the funds that was provided to me through there services! I am so grateful seeing that they came right on time my mother passed away Jan 30,2014!
Posted By: shauntelle Johnson on Tuesday, April 15, 2014
I had been working for the city for 5 years as a library clerk. I was ellated when I was finally hired full time! At last! Insurance, full-time pay, all the perks of working full time! I was not smiling when I filed my first tax return by myself though! I had always filed my own returns electronically myself. I was used to getting around $3,400 back each year.
Posted By: Meredith Vuylsteke on Tuesday, April 15, 2014
It was the year after I had finally been hired full time, after working for 5 years as a part-time employee. Finally! Health insurance, more money, all the good stuff of full time work. I had always filed my own taxes electronically. Well, I went to figure my taxes out and I about fell out of my chair! It said I owed both federal and state taxes! Not just a little, but a lot!
Posted By: Meredith Vuylsteke on Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Our story began several years ago when Danny was diagnosed with Renal Failure. Over each passing year, his kidney functions have decreased to the point where he is currently at 13% function which means a kidney transplant is required within the next year or so.
Posted By: Joan Hughes on Tuesday, April 15, 2014
My husband and I have been Winter Texans since retiring and Jim Bartlett has me prepair all my necessary financial materials my way. When we get home I just give him a ring and set up an app't. He is always ready for us on time and carefully goes over all our work, asking questions when needed, and continues to cauciousily work through our income tax records.
Posted By: LOIS THURNER on Monday, April 14, 2014