When forming a company in Italy or opening an Italian Branch, it is mandatory to keep a series of company books and registers for a period of 10 years in order to provide a valid control support to third parties, i.e. tax authorities, suppliers, banks, etc..
Failure and/or irregular conservation of books and accounting records may cause civil, tax and penal sanctions to be imposed, which vary according to the type of irregularity considered.
Limited liability companies and Italian Branches are obliged to keep the following books:
Joint-stock companies must keep the following books:
We take care of preparing, numbering and certifying by the notary public the company books (the standard book consists of 100 pages)
We pay the stamp duty and, for the first year of operation, the government concession fee
We update the social books at the client's request, helping to save time and effort