Fanatical at Liberty

Category: changing communities

As a new "Zee", I've run into the typical situation of needing to have more wavers than you think you need. Then there is Amy Neubauer. Amy came to my office just as tax season was opening looking for a waver position; she mentioned she had once been a waver in Georgia and was very familiar with responsibilities of the position.
Posted By: Mark Meyers on Friday, March 28, 2014
I recently had an opportunity to help one of my former students and his mother in a way that changed their lives for the better. The former student was a young man I had mentored in home room. After talking with him I discovered that his mother was disabled. He said she never filed taxes because she was on disability. He asked if he could claim his brother because he contributed a great deal to his support.
Posted By: Charles Walker on Friday, March 28, 2014
This year we rode the trolley several days at the beginning of the season and I learned that they now charge $.25 per person per ride. It doesn't seem like a lot of money but I learned that it has affects the daily riders. So my little girl Kitana and I decided to grab a couple rolls of quarters and pay for everyones ride e next couple times we rode.
Posted By: Amanda Sweeney on Friday, March 28, 2014

This year our 7th Annual Liberty Tax Charity Golf Tournament will be on May 24th. Over the years, our tournaments have raised money for the March of Dimes, A Little Bit of Home (making care packages for marines), the Redmond Education Fund (local family that lost their father unexpectedly at age 40), the Zawierucha Family (a family that lost their father in an ATV accident), and last year we raised over $13,000 dollars for Breast Cancer Awareness in honor of Barb Sciandra (a local mother of 3 diagnosed with breast cancer).

Posted By: Mark Mihalka on Thursday, March 27, 2014
When I had my first interview at Liberty Corporate, I thought to myself, going back to corporate America? However, when I walked into the lobby of 1716 Corporate Landing, everyone that walked past was so nice, as they all greeted me. It actually felt like a small company with big ideas and a passion for what was being created inside of the walls of the building.
Posted By: Joy Pacella on Wednesday, March 26, 2014
I am the manager at the Mebane, North Carolina office, and I am giving back to my community by volunteering to be a part of the MDA Lock-Up program. This year, a police officer will come to my office and "arrest" me and take me to jail to raise awareness on behalf of MDA. My office is participating in raising money for my "bail." The goal is $3,500.
Posted By: Rebecca Barnett on Wednesday, March 26, 2014
My journey with Liberty Tax began back in 2005 when I found myself relocated to a new state and a new town where I only knew one family. I had made the move under the impression that there was going to be a job for me in the Property Management Software industry that I had been working in for the past several years. To say that the job fell through after I made the move would be an understatemen
Posted By: Tami Karnes on Monday, March 24, 2014
It was January 3rd, 2009 and our second year to own a Liberty franchise. I was experiencing the typical frustration that so many franchisees face of finding and then keeping good wavers when two gentlemen came into the office in response to our "Get Paid to Wave" ad. As I interviewed them I realized they shared the same address. When I asked if they were roommates they told me they both lived i
Posted By: Maureen Parkhill on Saturday, March 22, 2014
I had been married for almost 13 years to a man that had taken all of my self esteem. He left me with two small children. I was just starting my business of being a nail tech. Which I did for over 20 years. I did meet a wonderful man, and married him and we had a beautiful baby. The longer I did nails the less I enjoyed it and really wanted a new direction in my life. So I started looking for othe
Posted By: Tammy Dunnuck on Saturday, March 22, 2014
I have a young lady who works for me as a fanatical waver in my Bristol, RI office. Check out her Facebook post and I think you'll understand why I think she is employee # Awesome ! I just want to take a moment to share something very touching that happened to me today while I was working at Liberty Tax. A man parked his car, got out, and approached me. I said hello and he proceeded to tell me
Posted By: Larry Walsh on Saturday, March 22, 2014