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Sorting the papers, eliminating the chaos of other people, or maybe just typing numbers into forms - those are NOT the things accountants were born for.
Today, the requirements of the tax and trade law are getting more and more complex - the whole world is moving closer together, but not the laws. A good accountant not only needs a special high education (like that of a lawyer) but also essential skills and the experience of many years, and with clients coming from many countries, to be able to handle adequately a multitude of diverse issues at once. The special talent of the accountant is to understand the law and to translate it into numbers. These numbers, then, determine the present and the future of the client company, large or small. The accountants turn the LAW into NUMBERS, then the numbers into LIFE. A good accountant is a BLESSING, and a bad one a BREATHING CURSE, to his clients, as many people realize only too late.
For this and several other reasons, accounting services are not cheap, they simply cannot be cheap. CHEAP IS NOT GOOD, AND GOOD IS NOT CHEAP.