If you are like most business owners, you likely pay someone else to prepare your taxes. Especially as your company becomes more developed with more investments and developments, professional tax advice is mandatory to ensure the proper recording and reporting of your finances. And as your accounts payable and accounts receivable become more complex and with more variables, you’ll likely start to realize that you need a specialized accountant as opposed to your everyday personal accountant. There are many warning sings that you need a new accountant; it typically isn’t something that will present itself to you one day without any red flags along the way.
Here are three signs that it’s time to think about hiring a new accountant: