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Experienced Accountant and Jackson Resident is New Owner of Liberty Tax Location

JACKSON – If you drive by Liberty Tax on West Avenue this tax season, you won’t see Jamie Bieske dancing on the sidewalk with a Statue of Liberty crown on his head. But if you go inside, you will see a huge smile on his face.

Bieske, a longtime Jackson resident, is excited to lead his Jackson County neighbors through what can be a complicated and intimidating process of filing their taxes this year and beyond. He recently took over ownership of the Liberty Tax location at 1194 N. West Ave. in Jackson.


“I am passionate about providing an amazing service to everyone in our community, regardless of your tax situation,” Bieske said. “I am determined to get each person the best return available to them while also providing the best service possible here at Liberty Tax. My top priority is to make each and every Liberty Tax client feel that they have been well taken care of.”


Bieske is an enrolled agent with eight years of tax preparation and general accounting experience. He recently left his position as an accounting and payroll compliance tax specialist at Goldsmith & Associates and worked previously for Jiffy Tax.


“I come from a long history of working in customer-service fields and will bring that focus to my work here,” Bieske said. “I am very proud to live, work and serve my neighbors in Jackson County, and I welcome anyone and everyone to stop by Liberty Tax and see what we’re all about.”



Liberty Tax Service started in 1998 with five offices in the United States and has since grown to more than 3,000 offices in the United States and Canada. For the 2018 tax year, Liberty Tax Service prepared more than 1,7 million individual tax returns. The mission of Liberty Tax Service has remained the same since it opened: to offer the flexibility of a personal tax consultant and the security of a large, established company.



Jamie Bieske is an experienced tax preparer who has lived and worked in Jackson for almost a decade. He lives in Jackson with his wife, Jessie Dietz-Bieske, and three children: stepson Carter, 13, Anderson, 5, and Elle, 4. He was born and raised in Cheboygan, Michigan, and has an associate’s degree from Ferris State University.