Chartered certified accountant for businesses

Chartered certified accountant for businesses (National Qualifications Register 55 344 07)

THE  COURSE

Chartered accountants are responsible for bookkeeping services regulated by Act C of 2000 on Accounting, Section 150. They provide accounting and bookkeeping services for economic entities regulated by this Act. They formulate schemes and methods in connection with accounting policies, bookkeeping and reporting including internal information systems. They establish and update rules and regulations concerning the system of accounts, bookkeeping and reporting. They compile and supply true and reliable information, internal and external, whereby maintaining and ensuring that the data disclosed in the accounts and annual reports conform with legal provisions, provide a true and fair view and are sufficiently documented in compliance with accounting principles. They provide bookkeeping services as full-time employees or partners in economic entities. They can also be self-employed and partners or full-time employees in accounting firms.

A POST QUALIFICATION COURSE   (Financial and bookkeeping assistant qualification is required)

 

Chartered accountants take part in the preparation of the consolidated annual report and in decision-making regarding investment and finance (both in preparation and implementation), they perform their obligations regarding cash flow. They assess the financial situation of the company, apply tax laws, submit tax return, and perform the fiscal supervision connected to tax return. They are responsible for keeping analytical accounts, ledger accounts and assembling reports and annual accounts. They apply the Act on Accounting and specific valuation rules , formulate schemes and methods in connection with accounting policies.  They perform accounting tasks in connection with founding, transforming, compulsory liquidation and voluntary liquidation, use computer software during their work and analyse the company’s operation, cause and effect relationships, and the management of resources. They perform their responsibilities as owners and participate in internal controlling.