Opening up a business as an independent contractor can be an exciting ordeal. After many long years of exams, countless apprenticeships and some real world experience you finally get to call your own shots. You get to take the projects you want to do and, at the end of the day, you have a business that you can call your own. It’s a great job, but like any small business owner, being an independent contractor carries a certain amount of financial responsibility. Most contractors choose to hire out-of-house accountants to help them manage their finances. Though it is a perfectly acceptable method of financial management, not all accountants are equipped to handle your situation. Here’s how a contractor accountant can help meet your very specific accounting requirements.