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Benefits of Hiring an Accountant for Any Start-up

There are so many benefits hiring an accountant can offer your business. The most obvious is probably having someone to cut through the entire red tape that new businesses normally have to deal with, not to mention the piles of paperwork. Yes, if you choose a good accountant, you can expect more from them than just balancing your books.

Below are the most crucial advantages that an accountant can offer your start-up business:


You’re a business owner, not an accountant, so your time is your cash. Hiring an accountant buys you time to focus more on your business. Compare your per-hour rate to the cost of this accounting expert.

So many deadlines to keep track of, not to mention your clients’ deadlines. Remember, losing track of those big dates will mean IRS penalties and fines, which only adds to overall costs.

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The American tax code is not designed for individuals but rather for businesses, which are job creators. Aside from that, the tax code is by itself complex, and even with a business, you still won’t be able to benefit from it much if you don’t truly understand the code. And note that the code is always changing year after year. But one thing is for sure – you did not start a business to master taxes.

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Personal expenses are hard enough to track. What more when you add a business into the mix? Unless you’re working with an accountant who helps you monitor your finances, and draw a line between your personal and your business expenses. The IRS is actually quite tough on businessmen who mix the two. You may just trigger an audit, which is a headache you’ll never want in your wildest dreams.

Business Expansion Support

It is the goal of all business owners to grow their business. But the problem is when your love for your business is too much that you begin to make irrational, emotionally charged decisions. We all know what emotions can do, and that is why working with an accountant – a person who has an objective detached view of your business – is often a wise move.

More than Balancing Books

Lastly, hiring an accountant doesn’t only mean bringing in someone to manage your books. It also means having professional help with many other things, like business incorporation, business deductions, paying salaries, and so on. But of course, because accountants are not created the same, you need a bit of research to know who’s best for you.

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