Most Israeli businessmen prefer to engage the services of a professional auditor (Rohe Heshbon in Israel). This comes as no surprise. Rohe Heshbon can offer your business infinitely more than any bookkeeper or tax consultant ever will. With their help, you can not only make sure your bookkeeping runs smoothly, but also get qualified, professional advice on almost any kind of financial issues. (To find a specialist, visit https://auditing.co.il/en/)
Here are a few things to consider when choosing a truly professional auditor who will become your reliable partner for years to come.
Education. A Rohe Heshbon can’t simply be anyone. To achieve the required level of competence, one must complete a six-year study period, sit a number of examinations and attain a Certified Public Accountant’s diploma. Upon that, one must work through a two-year apprenticeship with a recognised auditing company in order to be eligible for a Private Practitioner’s license.
Scope of services. The more additional options an auditor can offer, the higher their competence. For a business, it is very convenient to be able to rely on the same specialist to deliver a variety of services. A Rohe Heshbon can help you draw up a business plan, check your tax returns, monitor your annual reports, offer consulting and many other services. If to cap it all they happen to be a part of a close network of lawyers, consultants and other professionals, the better for you.
Reputation. The biggest capital of any auditor is their reputation. Before hiring an auditor make sure to see their recommendations. You know you can trust an auditor if the vast majority of their recommendations portray them in a favorable light, and they have a pool of long-standing clients.
Price. This is a delicate subject. An auditor’s fee cannot be small, especially if they provide a wide range of services. Whenever somebody offers you “professional” bookkeeping or audit for just a few shekels, most likely they are talking a big game with nothing to back it up. On the other hand, too high a price from too big a company will often effectively be largely made up of the “image price”. Consider hiring a specialist who offers their services at a price only slightly higher than average. This way, you will have eliminated both risks at once.
Responsibility. Before hiring a auditor find out whether they offer any guarantees for their services. A good specialist will not only do their job well, but be prepared to be held accountable for it – and will often be more than happy to offer advice even after your partnership has formally ended.
We hope these recommendations help you select the best specialist for your business. Please consider the services of one of the best auditing professionals in Israel, Shmuel Brodetsky. (Find out more about Rohe Heshbon and auditor services https://auditing.co.il/en/auditing-services/)