I have to be completely honest in saying that the bank that I do business with gave me a $25 dollar off coupon to do my taxes @ Jackson Hewitt. No offense to them, but I decided to have my taxes prepared at the H&R Block located on Broadway across from the Wittie. I was looking for two things: (1) To get my taxes done Correctly and (2) Customer Service with a Smile. I was tired that day and I had it in my mind to stay away from any hints of rude or unprofessional attitudes... Bad customer service is "Everywhere" these days. If I pay good money to have someone do my taxes and i'm polite to them, I expect it in return. I got just what I asked for, great service, down to earth staff. They weren't busy trying to get me in and out so that they could move on to the next person... Things get missed that way. No, the woman who prepared my taxes took her time, answered all of my questions, spoke with me about my questions regarding investing in a Roth IRA account. She knew her stuff, wasn't short or rude at all. In fact, out of the three staff members working that afternoon... All were very pleasant and helpful. I give them an A+++, and I will always recommend the company, especially that location. So if anyone out there in San Antonio's tired of crummy service and done dealing with being rushed out the door, and you're looking to have your taxes done (STRESS-FREE)... Go to the location i'm recommending.
8131 W Interstate 10 Ste 222San Antonio, TX 78230
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I recently graduated from Career Point College in May with an AAS Degree in Accounting Technology. I’m happy to say I just started a job working as an Accounting Clerk and I love my job. It took me eight months to get my job and it wouldn’t have happened if I didn’t attend Career Point. I was debating about attending a 4-year college university but being a single mother, it would have been too much to handle. Luckily Career Point had night classes, flexible schedules and even a day care where I can leave my son at while going to class and work. If there is any advice I can give to people interested in attending a vocational school/tech college like Career Point is that you should know what you want to do first and see what degrees/certificates will help you get there. I’m a very detailed person and I knew accounting was something I was good at when I took it in high school. I hope Career Point fits you and if you choose Accounting Technology, Chip Thornsburg is one of the best instructors in the Business/IT division that’s more than happy to help students!
As with any vocational school and tech college, you get out what you put in. I learned from great teachers who also work in the fields they teach. That was one of the reasons why I chose Career Point. Most professors in traditional universities and even tech colleges receive all these degrees and yet instead of applying them to the field they have studied, they teach it. How can you teach something that you haven't applied in the real world??? I studied to be a medical assistant and was fortunate enough to find an entry medical assistant job 5 months after I graduated. The school can only do so much to help you with finding a job because it's really up to yourself to find one. I am happy that they helped me as much as they could with the job hunt process. And with the night classes they offered, I was able to make time to work and support myself while not just attending classes but also participating in the school's Medical Society. If you're interested in the medical field, then I highly recommend starting off by joining Career Point.