30th June 2021 | Accounting
It is clear that accountants can bring a unique set of skills to the table that goes beyond simply working with historical numbers. So how do they add value to a business?
- Your business structure – by evaluating the pros and cons of whether you set up as either a sole trader, a Partnership or a Limited Company. This will include considering tax savings and non-financial issues.
- Vat schemes – by considering which registration option is suitable for you, including special schemes that may mean voluntary registration saves you money!
- Increasing profitability – by suggesting improvements and ideas to help increase your profitability and ways to reduce costs.
- Avoiding deadlines and penalities – by ensuring you never miss a deadline.
- Minimising your tax – by making sure you are always receiving the most up to date advice.
- Bookkeeping – training – If you decide to maintain your financial records yourself, an accountant can train you to do this in the most effective way, saving you time and money.
- An accountant can develop performance evaluations that get you back on track. You may think everything is fine. Your sales manager provides good reports, the numbers are up, your service area is expanding, but your accountant can tell you the truth that lies in numbers.
- Accountants must be precise, their figures accurate in all company documentation. Performance evaluation based on metrics from your accountant can save you money sooner by determining how new operations and new hires are performing.
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