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Tax Preparation Course

The Best Tax Preparation Course by JoseTaxes

TAKE TIME TO INVEST IN YOURSELF

One thing in life that is certain is taxes, that’s why tax preparation provides such an awesome career opportunity. Having a good knowledge on the tax code gives you a leverage to earn extra income while assisting others get the most out of their tax return.

At JoseTaxes our team of professional instructors cover all tax schedules, credits and forms that can be filed for individual or business tax returns. Plus, you’ll be taught how to prepare taxes both on computer and on paper.

LEARN ABOUT TAX PREPARATION

Starting from tax theory, current tax laws and filing practices, step–by–step skills to prepare tax returns, client communication skills and techniques.

 INCOME TAX PREPARATION COURSE

By enrolling for the JoseTaxes tax preparation course we can help you to lead a new career, part time or full time. In fact, many of our first-year tax pros started just like you.

Upon completion of our tax preparation course, our graduates are entitled to a Certificate of completion on Tax Preparation.

WHAT INCOME TAX SKILLS CAN/WILL I LEARN AT JOSETAXES?

When you enrol at JoseTaxes Tax Preparation Course, you receive professional guidelines in basic income tax preparation, as well as courses on tax credits, standard and itemized deductions, tax tables and filing requirements and lot more. Our mission is to provide a complete tax preparation course that will educate you on the importance of tax preparation.

WHAT TOPICS SHOULD I EXPECT?

We offer the following tax preparation courses to equip you with the needed knowledge in the discharge of your duty as a tax preparer;

Tax Planning, Passive income, Capital Assets, Dependents and Support, Farms interest and Dividend, Wages, Income, Taxes Credits Depreciation, Filing Requirements, Education Provisions Penalties and Amended Returns, Ethics Retirement Contributions, EITC and ACTC,

HOW OFTEN DOES THE CLASS HOLD?

Generally, Classes meet for 3-hour sessions, 2-3 times per week or on weekends for 3-hour sessions. Class schedules can also be custom-tom to meet the schedule of our students.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I MISS CLASS?

There is an opportunity to still meet up with Classes as classes are held week days, evenings and during the weekends. In the case of missing your regular time, you still have the time and opportunity to take a class at another time that that best suits you.

WILL CLASS TIME MEET MY SCHEDULE?

Our class time is custom-tailored to meet the time schedule of our students, as we also vary our class times and locations to accommodate everyone. The JoseTaxes Income Tax Preparation Course is designed for people who are always busy with their jobs, family or school commitments.


We Provide Recorded Classes If You Are Unable To Attent.


Labor Certification Course

To Understand the Labor Certification Process

WHAT IS A LABOR CERTIFICATION?

An important and often time consuming part of the process of obtaining U.S. lawful permanent residence (a green card) based on employment is when the employer files the required Labor Certification (LC) with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).

An approved LC is a determination by DOL that the employer has proven, after a comprehensive recruitment and interview process, that there are no qualified U.S. workers available and willing to take the offered job.

The DOL processes LCs using a system called PERM (Program Electronic Review Management), which was established in 2005. The idea was to streamline what had been an extremely complicated process, as well as reduce the overall time needed to obtain an approved LC.

Before the change to PERM, DOL and related state agencies were involved in every step of the process. As a result, the processing times for LCs extremely long, because DOL and the state agencies did not have the resources to process each LC in a timely manner. Government processing of LCs was taking a couple of years.

Under the PERM program, the employer is required to complete all recruitment without any involvement by the DOL, except the prevailing wage determination mentioned below. After completing the recruitment process, the employer submits a form listing its recruitment steps and attesting that it found no qualified U.S. workers for the job.

To ensure quality control, DOL selectively chooses to audit some of the LCs. That means that it reviews the employer’s recruitment process and at times requests the resumes of people who applied for the position. In one exception to the usual process of the employer handling the recruitment on its own, DOL sometimes requires employers to go through what is called Supervised Recruitment. It resembles the former state-driven process and involves DOL instructing the employer when and where to advertise and then serving as the intermediary to receive resumes of candidates.

In order to understand this process, we designed a course in where you will understand every step to this process.

LEARN ABOUT THE PROCESS