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Do I Need An Accountant?

If You Are Self Employed Or Own A Business

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An accountant is important for a business, no matter what size -- including people who are self employed without any employees.

An accountant can:

  • Help you keep your books in a manner that minimizes the work necessary to prepare tax and other returns and minimizes difficulty in the event of an audit.
  • Provide outside advice to help you grow your business.
  • Helps assure that your business complies with deadlines and complicated reporting.
  • Advises about financial statements, including lessons to be learned.

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