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This excerpt taken from the JTX 10-K filed Jul 14, 2006.

INTRODUCTION

Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Inc. and its subsidiaries value honesty, integrity and adherence to the highest ethical standards. “Jackson Hewitt” and the “Company” are used interchangeably to refer to Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Inc. or to Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Inc. and its subsidiaries, as appropriate to the context. As part of this commitment, Jackson Hewitt has instituted a Code of Conduct (“Code”), which serves as the foundation of Jackson Hewitt’s Corporate Compliance Program (“Program”). The Code applies to all employees of the Company regardless of when such person was hired or became associated with Jackson Hewitt. The Code supersedes any and all previous codes of conduct of the Company. While certain subsidiaries or affiliates of Jackson Hewitt may issue other information or guidance about the standards of conduct expressed in the Code, to the extent that any such information or guidance is inconsistent with the Code, the Code shall take precedence. The Code is not intended to cover every situation that might arise, but is intended to help employees make the right decision or ask the right questions.

 

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This excerpt taken from the JTX 10-K filed Jul 29, 2005.
INTRODUCTION

 

The Code of Conduct (“Code”) is the foundation of Jackson Hewitt’s Corporate Compliance Program (“Program”), which will assist employees of Jackson Hewitt in conducting their daily activities ethically and legally.  The Code, together with Jackson Hewitt’s Core Policies and other business policies and procedures, and other business policies that may be distributed from time to time, describe the behavior expected of all employees and agents doing business on behalf of Jackson Hewitt.  In many instances, the Code goes beyond legal requirements.  The Code applies to all employees of Jackson Hewitt and its subsidiaries, regardless of when such person was hired or became associated with Jackson Hewitt.  The Code supersedes any and all previous codes of conduct and similar documents of Jackson Hewitt or its subsidiaries governing employee conduct (other than Jackson Hewitt’s Core Policies applicable to all employees).  While certain subsidiaries of Jackson Hewitt may issue other information or guidance about the standards of conduct expressed in the Code, to the extent that any such information or guidance is inconsistent with the Code of Conduct, the Code shall take precedence.  The Code is not intended to cover every situation that might arise, but is intended to help employees make the right decision or ask the right questions.  Each new and current Jackson Hewitt employee is required to certify that she or he has read, understands and will comply with the Code of Conduct.  As described more fully below, the Code is a statement of policies for individual and business conduct and does not, in any way, constitute an employment contract or an assurance of continued employment.

 

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