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Accounting Issues Must Be Addressed!Accounting Problems: Accounting, like most human activities, has its' share of problems. However, these problems should not have to be shouldered by the client. The client is the one PAYING for a service and has the right to expect responsibility from the CPA in exchange for that payment.

There are certain problems you should NOT be having with your accounting service. Here is a brief list of those things that can mean your service is less than useful:
Write-ups are not done quickly and monthly accounts not delivered to you within a reasonable time after the month ending. -- The client is not familiar enough with accounting terms and technical procedures to actually find and notice the important changes and developments.

Legally the accountant supplies as promised but the benefits you should get from accounting have to do with making timely decisions based on regular reports and helpful meetings that do not cost an arm and a leg.

This situation can become so bad that your bookkeeping falls months behind -- you have no way of knowing how your finances are developing... leading to costly mistakes, opportunities missed, or much worse.

The Accounting Professional very seldom spends time with the client explaining what the accounts really mean. -- The client is not familiar enough with accounting terms and technical procedures to actually discover or notice changes that are going to adversely affect the business.

The accountant may be supplying you base services but you don't get what your company needs. If you are not making decisions based on solid financial information and forecasting, your company could be in trouble quickly.

The Accounting Pro demands solutions from the client. The accountant's task is to inform you of situations when they are only starting to develop and suggest solutions to you.

You can't wait till an accountant or CPA firm brings them up after the fact. Without the ability to forecast and plan from the accountants advice, there is no benefit.