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Why do you need a personal accountant?

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14-09-2022, 11:23 AM
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Perhaps the biggest reason someone hires an accountant is to help them with taxes, especially if they're facing complicated tax situations like receiving a large inheritance, giving a large financial gift, correctly filing rental property or navigating capital gains taxes.

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19-09-2022, 10:00 AM
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Personally, I’m looking for an accountant to manage my finances. I’m self-employed, so it’s too complicated for me to count my taxes, income, and expenses cause I just have no time for that. I’d be really grateful if you shared some contact information on accountants for self-employed. TIA

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19-09-2022, 01:41 PM
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Hello, folks. Totally agree with you. I think that everyone should do his/her own job. I mean, engineers studied to become engineers, so no one except engineers could do their job properly. I have a close friend working as a self employed accountant, so I think he could help you manage your budget and countings. See, today’s world is being built by specialists, but not generalists. As I’ve said, everyone should do his/her own job. That’s it. Hope I’ve helped you. Best wishes, folks. Keep the topic udpated.

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19-09-2022, 01:48 PM
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Well, you can't do everything on your own. Sometimes you do need some help so that you have some free time on your hands. Coming back to the question, the most important aspect of having a personal accountant is for you to keep your finances in check. After all it's YOUR hard earned bread & butter!

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