Unless you know a lot about accounting yourself, it is likely that your company's accounts were created by the internal accounting department or by outside specialists.
For small and medium-sized businesses, the latter option may be more attractive because hiring permanent, specialized tax advisors is more expensive and sometimes unnecessary for small businesses.
Whether you hire a tax advisor for your company or you outsource a tax specialist, choosing the right accountant for your business is critical. For example, when it comes to your annual tax return, it can be done by someone else, but in the end you are the legally responsible for any mistakes in the SPT.
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Hence, you need to make sure that you find someone who has a knack for detail and has experience in businesses similar to yours.
For example, an accountant who tends to work for a small business might do a great job for a small business, but may not be able to process payroll for your 300 employees or keep accurate records of your 10,000 monthly sales.
Anyone can call themselves a taxpayer, but what you need is a true professional. There are different types of accountants. So make sure you know which one is right for you.
By conducting interviews or finding accountants, find out if they typically perform tasks such as filing tax returns and if necessary.