• Class Locations

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    • Alberta

      • Airdrie
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    • British Columbia

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      • Langley (Willoughby)
      • Maple Ridge
      • Nanaimo
      • New Westminster
      • North Vancouver
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    • Manitoba

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    • New Brunswick

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    • Nova Scotia

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      • Bedford
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    • Ontario

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      • Hamilton
      • Hanover
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      • Midland
      • Milton
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      • Niagara Falls
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      • North York
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      • Ottawa
      • Paris
      • Peterborough
      • Pickering
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      • Richmond Hill
      • Sarnia
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      • Scarborough
      • St Thomas
      • St. Catharines
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      • Toronto
      • Toronto North
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    • Prince Edward Island

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    • Quebec

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      • Montreal
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  • Registration Related

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    • Who can register?

      Everyone. Most all people of all ages, from all walks of life take our course. With a wide range of flexible class times and locations, it's a great opportunity whether you're working full-time, retired, a stay-at-home parent, or a college student.
    • When is training offered?

      Tax Training School (TTS) runs mid-September to mid-December. Specific dates for the Fundamentals of Income Tax course will be listed with the location of the class you have chosen to attend. Registration is open as of August 1st, 2015.
    • Can I enroll after it has already begun?

      Enrolment is permitted up to and during the first week of class.
    • How much does the course cost?

      It varies slightly. More details are available on our online Class Finder or at your local H&R Block office.
    • When do I pay for the course?

      Payment for the course is typically prior to the start of class or in installments. You can pay in full online by credit card or at a local office by personal cheque, credit card, cash or money order.
    • How much do the materials cost?

      Tuition includes all books and materials. All you need to bring is a pencil and a willingness to learn. Calculators are recommended, but not required.
    • What if I'm under 18 and want to take the course?

      You must be at least 18 years of age at the time of enrollment to enroll in Fundamentals of Income Tax.
    • Do I need a college diploma or university degree?

      No, a college diploma or university degree is not required to register for the course.
    • Do I get credit for previous education or training?

      No credit for previous education or training is offered. Credits earned at our Tax Training School may not transfer to another educational institution.
    • Will I receive a tax receipt for tuition fees paid?

      Yes, you will receive a T2202A to claim the tuition on your personal tax return.
    • When are classes available?

      Tax Training School (TTS) runs mid-September to mid-December at over 300 locations. Specific dates for the Fundamentals of Income Tax course will be listed with the location of the class you have chosen to attend. Registration is open as of August 1st, 2015.
    • How do I register?

      Our user-friendly online registration starts on August 2. To register in person or over the phone, contact a local office.
  • Course Related

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    • How long is the course?

      We provide 42 hours of tax theory training in classroom, followed by 30 hours of hands-on software training.
    • How is the class taught?

      It begins with guided classroom discussion on tax theory, followed by computer-based learning with tax preparation software. There is directed discussion with custom-designed textbooks and exercises to reinforce the material.
    • Who teaches the classes?

      Course instructors are experienced H&R Block Tax Pros who are chosen based on their experience and specialized training they have completed.
    • Are there bilingual courses available?

      Yes, courses are taught in English and French in certain locations, and the instructor will be able to answer questions in the respective language of the course. Textbooks will be provided in both English and French and course exams will be offered in both languages.
    • What if I want to learn about a specific area of tax preparation?

      The Fundamentals of Income Tax course covers basic tax preparation and gives you the foundation needed to prepare a tax return. Advanced classes that focus on areas of special interest are available only to our Tax Pros.
    • What can I expect from the class?

      The course consists of 72 hours of instruction which includes instructor led sessions, covering tax theory and tax preparation software and practice sessions. Additional time commitments outside of class homework will vary by student. Some examples of additional time spent outside the classroom may include: tutoring to understand more complex tax concepts, participating in study groups and completing generally assigned home work.

      The Fundamentals of Income Tax course starts with a foundation of tax theory where concepts build upon each other. Students are encouraged to actively participate in classroom discussions to understand concepts and ideas as early as possible. Issues with foundational topics should be addressed prior to moving on to other topics.

      Basic computer skills and reliable internet access are required.
    • How often does the class meet?

      Generally twice a week for 11 weeks in three-hour sessions, or once a week for six hours if you choose a weekend class. Use our Class Finder to find the times specific to your preferred location.
    • Where are the classes held?

      There are 1,800 classes held at over 300 H&R Block offices across the country. Use our Class Finder to find a location near you.
    • What happens if I miss a class?

      If you miss a class, you can usually make it up at another time that week.
    • What if I fail the course?

      If you attend, participate, do the homework, and listen to the instructor, you should have no problem succeeding.
    • Will there be homework?

      Yes. For every hour of class, expect an hour of work on your own.
    • What is the typical class size?

      Around 20 students, but it never exceeds 30 students.
    • What if I don't complete the course?

      Depending on when you cancel, you may lose your registration and course fees. Contact your instructor or local office to find out more.
    • What do I get when I complete the course?

      Certificates of Accomplishment are given to students with a minimum grade of 70%. You're graded on assignments and the final exam.
  • Career Related

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    • Is H&R Block hiring?

      Upon successful completion of the Fundamentals of Income Tax course, you'll be eligible to apply for employment at H&R Block. All of our Tax Pros and instructors started their careers with this course. However, successful completion of the course does not guarantee employment at H&R Block.
    • What's it like to work with H&R Block?

      If you're hired as a Tax Pro, you can expect the opportunity to set a flexible schedule, build up your clientele and advance your career through continuing education. H&R Block offers seasonal and year-round opportunities depending on your skills and location.
    • Who do I contact about career opportunities?

      The first step in employment at H&R Block is successfully completing the Fundamentals of Income Tax course. During the course, you'll learn more about employment and career development opportunities at H&R Block. To register for the course, click here.
  • General Questions

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    • Will the income tax course I took in college be useful?

      Yes. College and university courses provide tax theory, but our course helps you apply it.
    • Do you offer advanced courses?

      Each fall our Tax Training School offers a number of advanced courses and our returning Tax Pros can advance their career and earning potential by taking these courses. These courses are not available to the public.
    • What is the H&R Block Fundamentals of Income Tax course?

      With the Fundamentals of Income Tax Course, you can learn how to prepare taxes like a pro. Convenient locations and class times mean you'll learn from the best, with a schedule that works for you. What makes H&R Block training so good?
    • What makes H&R Block training so good?

      Over the past 20 years, we've trained more than one million North Americans to prepare taxes. As a tax training leader, it's the quality of our courses and record for reliability and accuracy that ensures you get the best training possible.

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