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Complete Commercial
Accounting Services

FPA enables you to focus on your core business activities by managing all aspects of your commercial accounting. Through this, we safeguard your finances and foster greater entrepreneurial independence.

Complete Commercial
Accounting Services

FPA enables you to focus on your core business activities by managing all aspects of your commercial accounting. Through this, we safeguard your finances and foster greater entrepreneurial independence.

Satisfied Customers

Quick Project
Takeover

Once you have accepted our offer,  we aspire to take over your processes within a day, adhering to your specifications. To reassure you of our quality, we will provide you with regular reports on all processes.

Outstanding
Expertise

Benefit from our unique expertise in commercial accounting, digitizing financial processes and specialized software solutions such as Odoo and DATEV to manage your finances completely and accurately.

Seamless Communication

Your project manager will facilitate effective communication between you and FPA through regular consultations. We collaborate with your tax adviser and other external parties on your behalf.

Step-By-Step Expansion

We offer flexible consulting services to help you grow your business. This includes working with you to develop efficient and transparent cost accounting processes, as well as guidance on digitalization.

Quick Project
Takeover

Once you have accepted our offer,  we aspire to take over your processes within a day, adhering to your specifications. To reassure you of our quality, we will provide you with regular reports on all processes.

Outstanding
Expertise

Benefit from our unique expertise in commercial accounting, digitizing financial processes and specialized software solutions such as Odoo and DATEV to manage your finances completely and accurately.

Seamless Communication

Your project manager will facilitate effective communication between you and FPA through regular consultations. We collaborate with your tax adviser and other external parties on your behalf.

Step-By-Step Expansion

We offer flexible consulting services to help you grow your business. This includes working with you to develop efficient and transparent cost accounting processes, as well as guidance on digitalization.

Odoo Specialist

Customized Commercial Accounting Using Odoo

We provide full-scale commercial accounting solutions that can be customized to your specific requirements. Our team of skilled accountants oversee the precise recording, classification and timely posting of your financial transactions.

We take pride in our expertise of the Odoo ERP software for commercial accounting. By partnering with Odoo, we facilitate streamlined financial processes and deliver a real-time financial snapshot.

Commercial Accounting You Can Rely On

We provide our customers with a comprehensive solution for all of their commercial accounting needs. With our expertise and extensive industry experience, we are an essential element for your success.

Outsource Your Commercial Accounting Needs, Starting From €77 Per Hour

From as little as €77 per hour (for a full 12 months and a minimum of 50 hours per month), our experts can deliver a bespoke commercial accounting service.

This is your opportunity to enhance your financial efficiency.

FAQ

Find out more about frequently asked questions about our commercial accounting service.

Bookkeeping and commercial accounting are related concepts, but they involve different aspects of financial management for businesses.

Bookkeeping: It is a subset of accounting that primarily involves the systematic recording, organizing, and storing of financial transactions. Bookkeeping focuses on the day-to-day financial activities such as recording receipts, payments, and other transactions. The primary function of bookkeeping is to maintain accurate and detailed records of financial transactions. Bookkeepers ensure that financial data is organized and available for further analysis. They provide the raw data needed for decision-making, but they do not actively participate in the decision-making process.

Commercial Accouting: This is a broader term that encompasses various activities related to financial management, including bookkeeping. Commercial accounting involves not only the recording of financial transactions but also the interpretation, analysis, and communication of financial information to aid decision-making. Commercial accounting includes bookkeeping but goes beyond it. It involves the preparation of financial statements, analysis of financial data, interpretation of results, and providing financial information to internal and external stakeholders. Accountants involved in commercial accounting analyze financial data, prepare financial statements (such as income statements and balance sheets), and interpret the results to provide insights for managerial decision-making.

Commercial accounting is a comprehensive field that involves various activities related to the financial management of a business. The key components and activities included in commercial accounting are:

Financial Reporting: Preparing financial statements, including the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement.

Cost Accounting: Tracking and analysing costs associated with production, operations, and other business activities as well as determining the cost of goods sold (COGS) and other cost components.

Bookkeeping: Recording financial transactions systematically, including sales, purchases, receipts, and payments. These entries are typically made chronologically and serve as the fundamental basis for the accounting records.

Financial Reporting: Preparing financial statements, including the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement.

  • Income statement: Summary of all income and expenditure and the resulting profit or loss of the company at a particular moment in time.
  • Balance sheet: Displays a snapshot of the company’s assets, liabilities, and equity at a particular moment in time.
  • Cash flow statement: Monitors the cash and cash equivalents that move in a company over a specific period.

Account reconciliation: Compares financial records with bank statements and other external sources to verify the accuracy of all transactions.

Value Added Tax (VAT) accounting involves calculating, paying, and reporting VAT to the appropriate tax authorities. Precise record-keeping is essential for VAT compliance.

Asset accounting involves monitoring investments in fixed assets, including structures, equipment, and IT hardware, as well as tracking the decline in value of these assets over their useful life.

Reporting: The preparation of financial reports and statements that are pertinent to both internal management and external stakeholders, including shareholders, investors, and regulatory bodies.

Compliance with accounting standards: It is imperative to ensure that commercial accounting adheres to applicable international or national accounting standards, such as IFRS or GAAP.

Documentation requirements: These entail keeping hold of supportive documents and records as evidence for accounting entries and transactions, guaranteeing traceability and auditability.

Commercial accounting is essential as it offers a precise and clear representation of a company’s financial status. This serves as the foundation for financial decision-making, compliance, and reporting.

Yes, because financial bookkeeping is a subset of accounting that specifically refers to the systematic recording, organizing, and storing of financial transactions.

Accounting can be divided into several main areas, including:

Financial accounting: Recording and documenting financial transactions for the preparation of financial reports such as balance sheets, profit and loss statements (P&L) and cash flow statements to show the actual financial situation and performance of the company.

Cost and activity accounting: This involves recording, allocating and analysing costs and services to support decision-making within the company. This includes activities such as cost centre accounting, cost unit accounting and break-even analyses.

Controlling: The monitoring, planning, and control of business activities to ensure that business objectives are achieved. This includes budgeting, variance analysis and strategic planning.

Financial statement analysis: Evaluating a company’s financial performance and strength by analysing financial statements and other financial ratios.

External and internal reporting: Preparing reports for external parties such as investors, lenders and regulators, and internal reports for management.

Tax aspects: Integrating tax considerations and compliance into all accounting processes.

Financial bookkeeping is therefore only one part of a comprehensive accounting system and focuses mainly on the proper recording, classification, and reporting of financial transactions for the preparation of financial reports.

You Want To Outsource Your Commercial Accounting?

Get in touch with us and we will be happy to discuss the best solution for you in an initial consultation.

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