H&R Block Income Tax Course

The total fee must be paid prior to the student attending the first session.

Manuals and materials will not be issued until the full fee has been received. The total fee includes a Registration fee of $300. Please refer to our Income Tax Course refund policy for more information. 

All fees are to be paid by credit card through our secure payment system on the H&R Block website. Payments by cash or cheque will not be accepted.

Registration to the Income Tax Course is not transferable to any other person or to any other course stream that H&R Block may introduce in the future.

Early bird offer

Students must be registered on or before 13 January 2017 to take advantage of the two part payment offer. The first payment of $300 is payable on registration and the balance due on or before 28 January 2017. Students who register after 13 January 2017 will be required to pay the full fee of $549 upfront.

Please note: for students registering for the 11 week course, commencing 27 March 2017, the early bird offer is not available.

Refer a friend offer 

A $100 EFTPOS Gift Card will be issued to the Referring Student. The Referring Student must submit their friend's details through the online referral option to qualify. No other referred methods will be recognised. Course fees for both students must be paid in full and both students must have attended and completed their first three lessons. A rebate will be issued in the name of the referring student who must also be a student attending the course. Rebate will not be paid to third parties. Rebate is not transferable and will not be paid in cash. Limit of one rebate per Referred Student. The $100 EFTPOS Gift Card refer a friend offer expires 13 February 2017.

Please note: for students registering for the 11 week course, commencing 27 March 2017, the refer a friend offer will expire on 26 March 2017. All other conditions remain the same.

No deferment option

H&R Block cannot guarantee the Income Tax Course will be offered in all locations or in its current format in subsequent years, as such, no deferment option is available.

Registration or participation in the course is not to be deemed an offer of employment. For top graduates employment opportunities may be available.

For more information, please read our course frequently asked questions.

 

Income tax course refund policy

All registered students are required to pay the total fee in full before attending their first class.

Full refund registration and tuition fee

A full refund will be available to registered students who contact the Tax Training School administration office and who notify in writing of their intent to withdraw BEFORE 5.00pm AEST Friday February 10, 2017. Any manuals and study materials that have been received must be returned un-opened, un-used and in the same condition as when issued to be eligible for a refund.

Registered students who notify in writing of their intent to withdraw AFTER 5.00pm EST Friday February 10, 2017 but BEFORE their first scheduled class, will be entitled to a full refund of both the Registration and Tuition fees only in the following circumstances:

  • in the event that the training course is cancelled and a substitute class alternative is not available;
  • when illness or disability will prevent the student from attending the course, and the course has not commenced*;
  • when the death of a close family member (parent, sibling, spouse or child) occurs, and the student withdraws from the course and the course has not commenced*.

Please note: for students registering for the 11 week course, commencing 27 March 2017, a full refund will be available to registered students who contact the Tax Training School administration office and who notify in writing of their intent to withdraw BEFORE 5.00pm AEST Friday 24 March, 2017.

Any manuals and study materials that have been received must be returned un-opened, un-used and in the same condition as when issued to be eligible for a refund.

Registered students who notify in writing of their intent to withdraw AFTER 5.00pm EST Friday 24 March, 2017 but BEFORE their first scheduled class, will be entitled to a full refund of both the Registration and Tuition fees in the same circumstances as listed above.

Partial refund - tuition fee only

Once the course has commenced, irrespective of whether or not the student has attended any of their scheduled classes, there is no eligibility for a student to be refunded any of the $300 Registration fee.

Registered students who notify in writing of their intent to withdraw AFTER 5.00pm EST Friday February 10, 2017 but BEFORE their scheduled class and who do not meet the above conditions for a full refund will only be entitled to a refund of the Tuition fee.

Registered students who notify in writing of their intent to withdraw AFTER their first scheduled class will be entitled to a partial refund of the Tuition fees as set forth below only in the following circumstances:

  • when illness or disability will prevent the student from attending the course*;
  • when the death of a close family member (parent, sibling, spouse or child) occurs, and the student withdraws from the course*.

 

PERIOD TUITION - PORTION OF FEE REFUNDABLE
After first lesson Refund of 80% of the Tuition fee component
After second lesson    Refund of 60% of the Tuition fee component
After third lesson  Refund of 30% of the Tuition fee component
After fourth lesson NO REFUND AVAILABLE

 

 *Documentary evidence may be required to support an application for a refund under these provisions.

 

Please note: for students registering for the 11 week course, commencing 27 March 2017, who notify in writing of their intent to withdraw AFTER 5.00pm EST Friday 24 March, 2017 but BEFORE their scheduled class and who do not meet the above conditions for a full refund will only be entitled to a refund of the Tuition fee. All other conditions remain the same.

 

 


H&R Block's Income Tax Course