What we do?

Accountancy services

Accountancy services

  • Keeping books for individual entrepreneurs and small businesses,
  • Keeping accounting books for SMEs,
  • VAT (computations, registers, returns) and SAF-T (JPK),
  • Payroll,
  • Financial statements/annual accounts and reports on the company's activities for SMEs,
  • Accounting policies, chart of accounts, month and year closing procedures,
  • Processes of closing accounting books, optimization of the so-called "Fast-close"
  • Assistance in the implementation of financial, accounting and operational systems,
  • Support in "due diligence" reports preparation,
  • Support in creating transfer pricing documentation and developing procedures for updates
  • Lean management implementations road-maps,
  • Support in preparing financial statements reports and statistical reports,
  • Assistance in creating documentation for banks.

How we do it?

We provide our expert services according to models:

We provide our expert services according to models:

  • as accounting office (keeping KPIR, accounting for SMEs),
  • based on contractual agreements for the provision of a specific service (reports, analyzes, procedures),
  • based on SLA agreements as part of outsourcing for entrepreneurs and companies (controlling, accounting, taxes, process management).

Why outsourcing?

By separating some functions or processes outside the company and passing them to an external expert, the company can optimize operating costs and obtain better quality services than employees in place could do. The benefit for the client is the focus on the company's core business and gaining access to expert knowledge, which is not available in the company.

 

We cooperate based on

  • contract for the performance of a given service - services performed by us are not directly supervised by the company during their execution (result service),
  • co-sourcing - services made by us are carried out under the strict supervision of the client (company supervision over the quality of the services during their performance).

 

A properly prepared contract is a key element in the success of an outsourcing contract. Deciding to cooperate with an entrepreneur or a company under outsourcing, we sign a SLA (Service Level Agreement) / OLA (Operational Level Agreement). These agreements include: the parties to the contract, the subject and scope of the contract, the level of service and its value, rules for measuring service levels, start and end dates, scope and conditions of cooperation and liability of parties, terms of remuneration, method and dates of payments and partial settlements, detailed the conditions of data protection and confidential information and the extent of the parties' liability.