Do you run a small business and you need to rework how your finances are managed? Perhaps you manage a non-for-profit that could use some consultation regarding the handling and allocation of funds. In either case, you may need an accountant who can assess your finances and help you to file your taxes properly.
The word “tax” itself is derived from the Latin word that is translated in English as “I estimate.” But why is finding an accountant who distinctly qualified so important? In order to make sure that your company sends all of its tax information accurately and to the necessary parties, the “language of business” as it is sometimes called is used by good accountants with an eye for detail and precision.
Thorough accounting has its historical precedent, of course. In the 1300’s in northern Italy, a practice called “double-entry bookkeeping was introduced for trading transactions that involved multiple investors. because of the large amounts of capital in these transactions, it made sense to have additional records to corroborate with one another as evidence. Of course, taxes can certainly be contentious. A tax on salt that was named the gabelle was particularly unjust and reviled, and as such played a role in spurring the french Revolution.
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