Jackson Hewitt Tax Service said that its network of offices prepared 3.3 million tax returns for fiscal 2005, up 5.9 percent over last year.
The company also upped its guidance for the fiscal year ended in April due to stronger-than-expected profitability with respect to its company-owned office segment and refund anticipation loans.
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