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The job of an accountant is not an easy job at all. Their work requires long hours and elaborate calculations. They have a lot of responsibilities resting on their shoulders. Therefore, they end up making mistakes.Mistakes are quite hazardous in the job of a tax accountant. Once it gets spotted, the tax accountant has to go back to the beginning and start again. Let us take a look at the most common mistakes that an accountant makes. The top three mistakes that a tax accountant makes are: Keeping a poor record: your memory is not a very faithful thing to be relied upon. Some tax accountants constantly rely upon their memory for some information or the other. As a result of which they lose out on the information when they need to utilize it. For some of the expenditures made, if the tax accountant keeps it stored in his mind, he loses it out while doing the calculation. So when they calculate balance sheets they arrive at a figure which is higher than the actual figure or it is lower than it. You must be arriving at the accurate figure and nothing other than that. Therefore keep yourself alert from these problems. Get help if you want it: sometimes the work load on our shoulders is just too much to handle. In such cases don’t hesitate to ask for help. This is a way by which you can avoid mistakes. And you must know which person can efficiently act as your assistant. So don’t grab hold of someone who is ill equipped with knowledge on tax accounting.

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