Too often does our firm come across small business owners who want to save as much money as they can by consulting their neighborhood accountant or tax preparer to take care of their Accounting and Tax services in a days worth of time. They assume that these “professionals” know exactly what they’re doing and are good at it based on the nice sign outside their office. They have not checked their credentials, made sure they are complying with the law, and most importantly the efficiency of their work. 99% of the time, the small amount that these business owners are paying truly reflects in the quality of the work performed. Think about it this way, would you rather purchase a cheap refrigerator that you will have to keep fixing and will give out in a few years, or would you prefer a reasonably priced refrigerator that will last 15-20 years longer? If you are being cheap about keeping your financials in order, you are cheap about the future of your business and are impeding it from growth.