DOCUMENTATION



Possessing rich experience and many years of proficiency we offer you help in drawing up all types of financial and accounting records.
 
We can also draw up:

accounting policy (corporate chart of accounts) – documentation required by the Accounting Act containing a description of the company principles for the valuation of assets and liabilities as well as the method of determining the financial result. In our offer we draw up both shorter versions for smaller companies and complete studies containing typical accounting for each account.

transfer pricing documentation – documentation contained in tax laws (from legal and natural persons) concerning transactions with related entities - both personal and capital relationships. A taxpayer making such a transaction is required to produce such documents before the tax authorities during controls. The Tax Office should be informed about the possession of the required obligatory documentation in the annual tax return. The lack of such documentation, in the case of challenging the prices by tax authorities, results in a tax rate increase to 50%.

diagram of the documents workflow in the company – a document not required by legislation is an element of corporate governance in the enterprise. The preparation of such documentation allows assigning specific responsibilities to individuals / divisions in the enterprise, improves performance in the event of employee absence, gives procedures written form which allows bringing consequences against to those who do not use them and improves the information flow within the company.

Employee Benefit Fund (ZFŚS) regulations – in accordance with the Law, entrepreneurs creating an Employee Benefit Fund must have regulations that explain the method of creation and use of the fund.

Work regulations - businesses employing more than 20 employees, according to the Labor Code Act, are required to have work regulations that contain the rights and obligations of employees relating to the agenda and organization of work.

Wage regulations - businesses employing more than 20 employees, according to the Labor Code Act, are required to have wage regulations that contain the conditions of employee wages for their work and granting them work-related benefits.

A description of procedures to combat money laundering and financing terrorism - in accordance with the Law on combating money laundering, companies accepting cash payment of over € 15,000, entities providing accounting services, auditors, notaries, lawyers, banks, insurers, exchange offices and many other financial institutions are obliged to have written procedures to ensure financial security and to combat uncontrolled cash flow.

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