Fanatical at Liberty

Category: changing communities

Smiles Tell the Story Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, known as the Grand Strand for its long stretch of coastline, is without a doubt, a tourist's town. With only about 30,000 “locals,” our city has a lot of amenities thanks to the hospitality industry, but is really just a small town at heart. Our office is located in an inland suburb of Myrtle Beach known as Carolina Forest.
Posted By: Samantha Slapnik on Wednesday, June 04, 2014
This past tax season a couple walked in our office and they were drenched in sweat. We had already done their taxes and they were just waiting for their refund, in which case I knew something was wrong because I had spoken with the wife just the day before.
Posted By: Johnathan King on Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Homeless Helper I was driving home and noticed a man at the exit holding a sign asking for prayers and food. Although, I travel to Chicago often and I'm used to seeing this, I was caught off guard to find this man at this location. I passed him and turned into the quick shop where I purchased a tall bottle of water, bag of chips, 2 hotdogs with condiments, peanut butter and cheese crackers.
Posted By: Robin Hurych on Tuesday, June 03, 2014
She came in flustered. She exclaimed that she needed a loan and that our competitor, whom she had been going to for ten years, no longer carried that product. She continued to explain that after an hour and half interview with the other tax company, it was revealed they would not be able to offer a Refund Anticipation Loan.
Posted By: Nicole Bellenfant on Tuesday, June 03, 2014
First of all, I want to Thank you. Earlier in the school year the 3rd grade class drew pictures of the Statue of Liberty. They all were judged out of the city to be fair to all the children. On Tuesday at the Award Assembly members of LIberty Tax was there to present awards for 1st-3rd place. I never dreamed my daughter would win. She won 1st place and she was given an all paid trip.
Posted By: Mallory Morgan on Thursday, May 22, 2014
When I began working for Liberty Tax I was pregnant and looking for a part time job that would ease the transition from working as a full-time server to a more relaxing office environment that would accommodate my growing belly! I invested a few dollars in myself to take the Rapid Tax Course because it would be an investment in a new skill that could potentially lead to employment.
Posted By: Katrina Longan on Monday, May 19, 2014
I was fortunate enough to be offered an opportunity to join the Liberty Tax team as a franchisee. Boy oh boy - has my life changed in the short 9 months since then! This life changing chain of events has me on my way to financial freedom, more time with my children, and, best of all, success and flexibility to live my life how I want it lived.
Posted By: Andrea Zank on Friday, May 16, 2014
As a parent and grandparent I understand the importance of reading and comprehending. I volunteer and tutor 2 first grade readers weekly during the school year with the "Taylor Reading Core". I also dress up as Lady Liberty and read the story of how we aquired her to all of the students at Head Start Program in Taylor.
Posted By: Donna Diederich on Wednesday, May 14, 2014
My name is Hamida Chandrani and this is my first year being a franchisee. I have always worked for someone until now and I have always helped them to be more successful and to get closer to achieving their dreams. My husband, Nazim Chandrani, started sweeping and mopping floors at his uncle’s gas stations with minimum pay.
Posted By: Hamida Chandrani on Friday, May 09, 2014
I am a youth group director of a small church in Virginia Beach. I began my youth leadership with this church in September of 2013 but was hired as a youth director in January 2014. When I started leading the youth we only had 1 kid that came on Sunday nights. This was so heart breaking because there are kids that attend the church but they were not involved in the youth program.
Posted By: Liz McEwan on Tuesday, May 06, 2014