Answered By: Linda Kern Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016 Views: 32
Oh my goodness! This is a lot harder than it looks. There's a tremendous amount of clutter in the search results.
So here's what I suggest. First, evaluate reliability and credibility based on the information in this video: http://www.screencast.com/t/SHVwurpjEnHR. After much searching I tries Google and searched "personal accountant" site:.org . The quotation marks help focus the results to mostly sites with those words in that order. The site:.org limits the results to just organizations, which may be more credible because there is less bias.
Next, think outside of the box. You may not find a site that tells you why to hire a personal accountant. But how about a site that tells who what they do, or what their qualifications are? I found Find a CPA - Georgia Society of CPAs among the results on the first page. The Georgia Society of CPAs meets the criteria for a credible web site. The page describes the value of a CPA and how to choose a CPA. Useful information when describing the benefits of a personal accountant.
Good luck with your paper!