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Liberty Tax has been serving customers since 1997, offering fast and affordable tax preparation support along with its suite of financial services. A portfolio company of NextPoint Financial Inc. (TSX: NPF.U & OTC Pink: NACQF), Liberty Tax serves approximately 1.6 million consumer and small business clients across its 2500 locations in the U.S. and Canada with more than just help with their taxes. The company has transformed the seasonal, tax-only model to one that operates year-round by offering services such as loans, bookkeeping, credit repair and tax debt resolution. With innovative products, technology and marketing, Liberty Tax offers a turn-key path to success.
Learn why we are a leader in the tax preparation industry.
ON YOUR SIDE
Our senior leadership has built an industry-respected team ready to help you find success via operations, training and marketing support. They are guided by our mission which remains the same as when we first opened: to offer the flexibility of a personal tax consultant and the security of a large, established company.
Meet our CEO and President:
Brent is an experienced business leader with broad industry expertise. He has 25 years of experience in the tax industry in multiple functions, including executive management at MetaBank, a subsidiary of Meta Financial Group, Inc. For more than a decade, he has worked with Liberty Tax in a variety of consulting and vendor roles.
Ted has served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Liberty since 2019. Mr. DeMarino spent most of his career at Rent-A-Center, where he served as Executive Vice President, Shared Services from 2012 to 2013, Executive Vice President, Operations from 2009 to 2012, and Divisional Vice President from 2003 to 2009. Mr. DeMarino also led the operations teams at other finance services companies.
Don’t take our word for it, hear from one of our successful franchises:
“Liberty has contributed vastly to my success with tax customers”.
The tax industry is an 11 billion dollar opportunity. Yes billion with a “B”.
In 1861, Americans began paying income tax. Since then, tax preparation has grown into an $11 billion dollar industry. Customer demand is inherently high and impervious to economic volatility—of the 170 million people who filed a tax return in the past year, half paid someone to do their taxes.