Today Robyn Talks About Why You Need An Accountant And Has Some Very Special Surprises For Listeners!
If you run an e-commerce business or website, you really need a clued up e-commerce accountant who understands the ins and outs of your business model.
Someone who speaks your language
For the best service, you need an accountant who actually understands what your business does and how it all works. E-commerce is not the same as traditional retailing, so you need an expert who understands the difference.
By choosing an e-commerce accounting specialist, you will also have access to someone who can provide guidance on properly managing the additional tax burdens and red tape that selling online attracts. In this episode Robyn talks about the ins and outs of finding a great account – what questions you need to ask before hiring an accountant – and how, even though it may be expensive, having an accountant will save, and even make you more money.
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