You should see accountants as no different from a doctor or lawyer, you tell them everything from your last meal to your aches and pains so they’d know how to diagnose you or defend you. You should tell and submit everything to your accountant from your McDonald’s receipt to your financial- and IRS-related predicaments.
Given this, you should be careful in choosing the person who would manage your personal and business tax returns. Just because an accountant has a CPA and know how to file a tax return doesn’t necessarily mean they’re good accountants.
If the accountant you’re working with right now shows these signs, you may want find the one that is a right fit for you and sure knows what they’re doing. Continue reading