An accountant can also in simple terms refer to a person or individual whose job is to keep financial records of a business or a company.
Accountants have the responsibility of verifying the accuracy of all money transactions carried out and to ensure that all the transactions carried out in the business are legal and follow the rules and the guidelines on the company, business or the concerned organisation. Another type of accountant is the national income accountant whose responsibility is to provide public estimates of a county’s annual purchasing power.
Some of the advantages acquired as a result of having or being accountants in businesses include the following.
Business accountants even go ahead and defend the quality of the financial reports of a business when issues concerning the figures contained in the report arise, something that is very important for the smooth running of the business. Accountants ensures that the high standards of the company or organisation are maintained without interfering with the company’s or organisation’s trust with the public
Businesses, companies and organisations need accountant and thus end up offering and opening up new job opportunities to the public and this is an advantage …