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Financial accounting is the commercial heart of a company. Since it is used to measure and monitor the company’s success, there must be high standards set to ensure quality and error-free execution of financial accounting.
As a rule, this can only be achieved in cooperation and close coordination with the company.
A secondary obligation is often the timely completion of advance VAT returns as well as additional returns for companies with international business or affiliations.
We would be happy to discuss the type and scope of cooperation with you.
For example, in many cases we also support companies that prepare their accounting in-house.
Nowadays, financial accounting figures are becoming increasingly important for monitoring ongoing business success and for planning purposes.
Auch Banken erwarten unterjährig belastbare Zahlenwerke, die sich auch im Nachhinein an der Realität messen lassen können. Das lässt sich nur durch eine qualitativ hochwertige Finanzbuchführung erreichen.
Payroll accounting is a very difficult and sensitive field.
This is because various areas of law are involved and the result is often subject to many controls (e.g. by the Company, by the employees and via Fiscal audits undertaken by the tax office and the social security institutions). For this reason, quality and reliability are very important.
As with financial accounting, this can only be achieved in close cooperation with the company, also in order to optimise the result from a tax and social security perspective.
We not only declare the wage tax due or the social security contributions, we also prepare certificates, applications and help you with payment transactions relating to employees. Audits by the social insurance agency or the tax office usually take place at our office.
This allows you to focus on the really important business of your employees.
Annual financial statements
The legally required assessment of profits at the end of the year is mandatory. Why not take this as an opportunity to provide a constructive outlook for the future on the basis of the past business year?
Especially if accounting is mandatory, the valuation of assets and liabilities is required by law so that knowledgeable third parties, especially banks and other creditors, can get an overview of the economic situation of your company. So that you too can benefit from your annual financial statements, we offer our clients comprehensive individual and sector-specific evaluations and advice on balance sheet policy. In this way, you also gain added value from the preparation of your annual financial statements
Tax and revenue law is comprehensive. Many details as well as regular and numerous amendments must be continuously observed. This requires extensive know-how and ongoing training. We are happy to advise you and are available at any time, even at short notice.
The tax office has ordered an audit? Don’t panic, we will help you through the audit with competent advice. If you do not have suitable premises available, the audit can also take place at our office.
Our clients only receive administrative documents from the tax authorities after we have checked them for accuracy. If our requests are not heard in the process, we also file extrajudicial or judicial appeals after consultation with our clients.
Financial accounting alone is often not detailed enough to answer important questions. By adding cost accounting to financial accounting, the following parameters can also be determined:
- What is the impact of a particular product?
- How much does an employee or a department contribute to success?
- Did a certain order only cover its costs or also profitable?
- How much do I have to charge for the company to survive in the long term?
We would be happy to advise you on the usefulness and added value of introducing cost accounting. We are also happy to do this on a one-off basis if you do not want us to establish it permanently.
Effective financial controlling is only possible after detailed corporate planning. After all, it is an instrument of corporate management.
However, if no budget can be allocated for planning, useful results can also be obtained through internal or external company comparisons, e.g. comparisons with the previous year or the sector, and benchmarking can be carried out, for example, to uncover performance deficits.