All Italian companies are required to comply with a series of accounting and tax obligations, which represent not only a legal obligation but also a real necessity: knowing in depth the equity and income situation of your company allows you to understand the state of health of your business and to plan effectively for the future.
We provide a complete range of accounting services in Italy. Also due to our network of professionals, we have a highly diverse and specialized team, enabling us to provide the full range of services revolving around accountancy, bookkeeping, payroll, tax and VAT compliance and administration to both individuals and companies.
Books and accounting records
All companies are required to keep (and to store for a period of ten years) the company books and records and to keep all original documents sent and received properly. Accounting records may be kept directly by the company at its own premises or by third parties outside the company, e.g. at the accountant firm
Italian companies are required to prepare their financial statements, which must be presented and approved by the general meeting of shareholders within 120 days of the end of each financial year (180 days in particular situations). The financial statements must be filed with the competent Companies' Register within 30 days of their approval
Income tax return
Eteria is able to assist the client in the process of drafting and sending the annual income tax return, with particular reference to the Single Model individuals, partnerships, non-commercial entities, corporations, VAT returns, IRAP returns, Model 730 and much more
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