There is a big difference between tax makers and tax advisors. Tax providers, although many advertise that they can save you money with your taxes or get you a better return, their real work is really focused on the actual documents of your tax filing.
Here are some tips that you can use to choose a good Tax Adviser:
Make sure that the advisor focuses specifically on tax advice, and not just general financial advisors.
There are Accredited Tax Advisers, and Registered Agents licensed by the government to represent taxpayers. This type of credentials and attorneys and financial advisers who focus specifically on taxes are likely to save the most money.
Choose someone who has competitive costs. But depending on your situation, you might not need someone who is expensive, especially if you are looking for help with your individual taxes.
You should be careful and ensure that you trust the understanding and knowledge of the advisor because if you are audited and mistakes are made, it can cost a lot of money.
Make sure advisors are available throughout the year. Beware of advisers who promise a guaranteed amount of money that you will save before they know anything about your financial or tax situation.
Get some opinions from some advisors that you feel are professional, especially if a lot of money is involved this will ensure that you get complete information and can choose packages that offer the best savings.