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Accountancy

Qualified personal of our office will perform the accounting, according to the New General Accounting Plan from 2007 and the general principles of accounting and evaluation rules applicable to each area, to be able to elaborate an analysis of the financial-economic situation of the company, and, this way, know in every moment important aspects of the company as there are: cash-flow, the debt structure, solvency and profitability, with the purpose to avoid exposing the company to unnecessary risks and to be more competitive.

Accountancy includes:


  • Registration of the fixed tangible, intangible and financial assets, property of the company, duly classified.
    Likewise, a calculation of their respective depreciation will be done be means of the drawing up of depreciation charts, in which get included the annual depreciation cost of each element that composes the fixed assets of the company, applying criteria in a uniform way.
  • Registration of the invoices and their corresponding ways of payment or collection. Sales, purchases, costs, expenses etc.
    Simultaneously will be checked:
    1. that the entered costs and expenses bear relation to their corresponding payments
    2. that all the payments, costs and expenses which have to be taken into consideration, get entered into the books
    3. that the entered payments, costs and expenses appear duly classified and described
  • Registration of the current- and savings accounts held by the company.
    Daily bank reconciliations will be realised, in such a way that the balance of the bank accounts (according to the ledgers of the company), together with the entries, if there were any, subject to reconciliation (those charges or payments registered by the bank but not by the company or vice versa) is the same as the balance of the accounts according to the bank statements, at all times.
  • Registration and individualized classification of all the loans, as well as any other way of financing the company recurs to.
  • Registration of purchase invoices, with their corresponding method of payment (cash, bills payable...)
  • Journalizing of the different taxes filed by the company, reconciling them with the recorded operations subject to the tax.
  • Closure of the financial year with the corresponding calculation of the benefits/ losses of the period.
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