How to Choose an Accountant: Your Most Valuable Team Member to Help You Succeed in Business
Most small businesses find their accountant to be the most important member of their team. But whilst every business engages an accountant, very few get it right. Like all professions there are good and bad accountants. There are also accountants that suit your business and you. Getting it wrong can be the most costly mistake you could ever make. This book helps you make an informed choice on what to look for, by clearly presenting information about the role of accountants, which ones are doing it right, which ones aren't, and specific traits and qualifications to look for when making this important choice. How to Choose an Accountant also contains useful information on 'How tax works and how to reduce it', 'The key to running a successful business' and even a practical 'Business tax return checklist'.
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How to choose the right accountant
How tax works and how to reduce it
Business tax return checklist
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