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Accounting Rules in Malta

Updated on Tuesday 07th November 2017

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Accounting-Rules-in-Malta.jpgCompanies in Malta, whether established with foreign capital or not, are required to keep the financial records in compliance with the EU rules and regulations, and also with the internal laws. The accounting rules in Malta are in complete accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and with GAPSE (General Accounting Principles for Smaller Entities). Your company in Malta can receive proper accounting services on request. Complete support can be obtained in documents matters from our team of Maltese agents in company formation.
 

Details about the accounting reports in Malta

 
The Malta Institute of Accountants is the authority in charge of accounting regulations for companies registered in the country. The accounting report is made once in a year and should offer clear and complete information about the company’s assets, profits, losses, and liabilities. This kind of report will also reveal the firm’s financial status. We remind that the annual report is based on the verification of the balance sheets in a company by the accountants in charge. In complete agreement with the Companies Act of 1995, all firms in Malta must submit the annual report with correct information that will reveal the volume of the business and the transactions performed in a company. Keeping the books accurately and having a team of accountants experienced in varied areas will weigh much when presenting the annual report. Therefore, we recommend you solicit assistance and information regarding the accounting rules in Malta when establishing your business in the country. one should know that our company incorporation specialists in Malta can help entrepreneurs register companies in Malta.
 

Maltese companies and the accounting rules

 
Small, medium and large companies in Malta must properly control the financial transactions by recording varied documents. Please remember that any business in Malta needs to have a cash book, an inventory book, and a journal where all the transactions in the firm should be mentioned. As for the audits in Malta, we mention that companies, regardless of the fiscal value or profits, are imposed to hire external auditors who will validate or not the annual financial reports.
 

How we can help your company in Malta

 
Your Maltese company can receive varied accounting services among which we mention the payroll management, tax advice, assistance in audits, support where preparing the annual financial statements and also bookkeeping services in compliance with IFRS.
 
If you want to know more about the accounting rules available and imposed in Malta, we invite you to contact our team of company incorporation agents in Malta.
 

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