6 Tips for Choosing a Good Accountant by Olufisayo February 6, 2018 written by Olufisayo Published: February 6, 2018Last Updated on August 24, 2020 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappEmail Related Articles 12 Things You Should Know If You Ever... June 24, 2022 The Top Business Trends for 2022 June 23, 2022 What You Should Know About Energy Plans for... June 20, 2022 Business Skills That You Need to Work as... June 16, 2022 Packaging Tips for Your E-Commerce Business – How... June 10, 2022 Do You Need A Business Server & How... June 10, 2022 Why Should You Switch Your Company to Remote... June 10, 2022 How to Start a Software as a Service... June 7, 2022 7 Tips For Choosing A Shipping Partner For... June 2, 2022 How to Get Capital to Support Your Business June 2, 2022 3 comments Julius Amberfield February 27, 2018 - 6:53 AM It was really informative how you suggested making sure that there’s always a backup plan in place in case the accountant was not present so that there’s someone who can do the job in their position. I know that hiring an accountant is paramount, but we can never tell when they will be gone, so it makes sense to be prepared. I will surely take note of your tip because I am focused on figuring out what I can do to ensure the success of my future company. Thank you. Tammy Houston March 23, 2018 - 2:35 AM It was great how you suggested asking someone I know who has a well-established business for a recommendation of a good accountant who can assist me as they are probably aware of the best ones in the business. I will make sure that I do that because I am also planning my own business in the future. Since I am a beginner and not sure how to find a good CPA, I will resort to asking a few friends who have businesses of their own. Thanks! WealthBridge July 9, 2018 - 2:06 PM Yes, I totally agree with what you said. I think that it is very important to get an accountant especially when you are just starting a business.I think that this article is very helpful. I believe that by doing this, you can have an assurance that your business is in the right hand. Thanks for sharing this. Comments are closed.