I've learned that by the time you give an accountant the information they need, presented in a nice manner, that you've done 95% of the work for them, and all they're gonna do is fill out a few forms (which are available online) and charge $200 or more for it.
I guess if my biz ever became profitable then my attitude towards them could change.
-Virgil Kelly Kelly Electric - (a non-profit organization)
-Virgil Residential/Commercial Inspector 5 Star Inspections Member IAEI
I have an accountant for at least 12 years. See him twice a year. Run the business with Quickbooks. (Excel spreadsheets also). Get him the things he requests at years end. He keeps me (us) straight; don't need the "men in black". PS: He is an ex IRS guy. John