The Real Difference Between an Accountant and the Accountant
If you are confused about the title, then you are not alone. Most people visit their accountant once a year, you give them a bunch of papers in a shoebox and then they return the papers telling you that you have to pay a certain amount of your hard earned money to the government.
What Happens When You Work With an Accountant
You settle your dues, hopeful that your government will live up to its end of the deal. They will then think of creative ways how to spend everyone’s hard earned money and consider it a job well done. The cycle then repeats itself again next year.
That is the relationship between an accountant and their clientele. Death and taxes the only two certain things in the world. The only problem is, it’s wrong.
One of those can be avoided.
What Happens When You Work With “The” Accountant
A real accountant is not someone who just prepares your taxes for you. A true accountant from the word itself is obligated and liable for the financial health of their clients.
Like a medical professional, the accountant advises their clients and helps manage their finances. A real accountant offers full-service consultation and accounts for every cent that passes through your name.
The accountant is the person you trust with your money. The money you earned to keep a roof over your head, the same money that will put food on the table, and the money to invest in the future of your children.
The accountant earns that trust and returns it with great service. It is a relationship between you and the vehicle that moves your life.
They are the people you trust to have an intimate relationship with your finances. Keep your taxes to a minimum, ensure your investments are sound and advise you how to be financially healthy.
That is the true purpose of Applewhite Accounting Inc.