Friday, February 22, 2008

Role of an Accountant in Tax preparation

Every business is required to file with both state and federal government. The filing includes tax estimates, individual and business tax returns, and without proper record maintenance you can be held liable for files and penalties during an audit.

For all your personal and business returns, an accountant can deliver timely and accurate assistance. The primary role of a financial accountant is to prepare and monitor financial statements, reports and sales of the company. The key part of an accountant is to provide tax preparation services and tax help. Following is an overview of how a tax accountant can serve you in your business decisions:

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