A chartered accountant is a professional,holder of the French diploma of chartered accountant, obtained after an 8-year course including 3 years of internship in a firm.
A chartered accountant is a generalist of yourcompany, a real simplification of administrative complexity. He is the onlyprofessional who can:
Accounting and finance are increasingly outsourced functions. By calling on an external partner, such as a chartered accountant, to manage these different aspects of your company, such as invoicing or cash management, you free up time to better think about your development strategy, and you ensure that things are done according to the rules of the art. Here are some tips for outsourcing your accounting:
The Commercial Code obliges companies to keep accounts, but the documents to be produced for this depend on the legal form of the company. At a minimum, the documents concerned by accounting management are the following:
When a chartered accountant is solicited by acompany, he draws up an engagement letter in which he mentions in particular the mission assigned to him as well as the amount of fees due in return for hiswork (this is what we commonly referred to as an accountant's fee, or price).
There is no framework in terms of amount. The chartered accountant's fees are set freely with his client, taking into account many elements. It could be :
The fees must, in all cases, reflect the valueof the service rendered by the accountant. They must take into account the level of training and experience of the people participating in the mission.T hey can be reassessed each year when they have been indexed to a particular index in the engagement letter.