We provide a complete package of accountancy, audit, bookkeeping and payroll services throughout Europe for any company no matter how large or small the requirement. Please find information below regarding the services we provide and how we can assist you.
Accountancy is the yearly summary of your Company Books and Records into the correct format for submission to the Tax Authorities and Company Statutory Authorities. These would be prepared by a qualified Accountant in each jurisdiction that has the appropriate Professional Indemnity Insurance.
Each jurisdiction will have its own particular financial legislation with regard to filing and submission to tax authorities and companies house, registries or chambers of commerce which needs to be adhered to in order to maintain companies in good standing.
Financial directors of large companies and managing directors of smaller companies need to be aware of this legislation particularly if they are treading on unfamiliar territory in order to ensure that business goes smoothly with no unnecessary interruptions to deal with tax issues.
For further information relating to tax rates and filings please click through to the relevant accountancy page by country. Alternatively, contact us for further details on +44 (0)203 114 5111.
The general definition of an audit is an independent assessment of a person or organisation by an independent qualified person or company. With an audit the person who carries out the review would have Professional Indemnity Insurance and would assume some liability if the information prepared was incorrect.
An audit may or may not be required according to the jurisdiction in which your company is registered. Additionally, the audit may dependent upon turnover so please contact us for further information and we would be happy to provide you with a quote for your company audit. Please contact us on +44 (0)208 421 7474 or email us for further information.
Bookkeeping is the keeping of a company’s books and records which is a legal requirement of all companies that are set up in Europe. This should normally be done using an accountancy software package and at the end of each month or quarter you would receive management accounts consisting of a Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet. Each month you would be required to send the accountant all your company books and records which would involve such items as bank Statements, sales Invoices purchase and all other expense invoices.
In order to ensure that you keep on top of your bookkeeping why not hire a professional to do this for you? Please contact us on +44 (0)208 421 7474 or email us for further information.
Payroll is required if you are employing staff. At the end of each month each member of staff would receive a pay slip showing their gross pay and the appropriate deductions depending on which country in Europe you have set up in. You as an Employer would receive a summary of this and all the appropriate paperwork to enable you to pay all appropriate Employer Tax over to the Tax Authorities.
We have payroll solutions for every budget according to requirement. Please contact us on +44 (0)208 421 7474 or email us for further information.
If you have any questions relating to either accountancy, audit, bookkeeping or payroll, please complete the enquiry form below and a member of our team will revert back to you shortly.