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Business Listing   Hawkes David R CPA - Ellsworth, ME - Phone: (207) 667-2581


Business Listing   Madeira Ruth A CPA - Ellsworth, ME - Phone: (207) 667-9685


Business Listing   Mc Farland James E CPA - Ellsworth, ME - Phone: (207) 667-5529


Business Listing   Melanson Heath & Co PC - Ellsworth, ME - Phone: (207) 667-2710


Business Listing   Wadman James W Certified Public Accountant - Ellsworth, ME - Phone: (207) 667-6500


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Helpful Definition for: Accountants

Accountants in Ellsworth are professionals who keep an eye on the financial records of companies or individuals. The job responsibilities vary depending on the organizations and the requirement of the individuals for whom the accountants work.

The job responsibilities of accountants in Ellsworth comprise of releasing financial reports, maintaining tax records, analyzing financial documents, etc, primarily for businesses located in Maine but often file elsewhere. Based on the information provided by the accountants, different authorities react differently. Managers check the financial reports to get an insight on the earnings and profit of the company, Tax authorities determine the payable tax amount, investors check these reports to find out if investing in a particular company is fruitful or not. A degree in finance and accounting is the minimum requirement to become an accountant. A certificate from any professional organization is an added advantage and would bring in more revenue for the accountant.

Accounting is not an easy task to do and it requires good skill and perception of the subject. There are different types of accounting and accountants specialize themselves based on their area of interest. Accounting can be classified into four types and accordingly there are four types of accountants.

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