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There are no specific postsecondary educational requirements for
tax preparers, but having a high school diploma is helpful. Take
mathematics classes. Accounting, bookkeeping, and business classes
will also give a good introduction to working with numbers and show
the importance of accurate work. In addition, take computer
classes. You will need to be comfortable using computers, since
much tax work is done using this tool. English classes will help
with research, writing, and speaking skills-important communication
skills to have when working with clients.
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