An accountant is a qualified professional who specialises in the finance of businesses, in particular with regards to the tax liability of businesses, companies and self employed individuals.
Those who are self employed use accountants to calculate how much tax they owe to HMRC. In addition, they may take advantage of other services accountants offer such as, expertise advice on how to make a business more profitable, references regarding how much the business makes in profit if the business owner wishes to apply for a loan or credit, the formation of limited companies, payroll for your employees or VAT returns, along with many others.
As accountants are educated and practised in tax laws and business transactions, they can also ensure their clients only pay the necessary amount of tax and can help them avoid overpaying.
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