Organisations incorporated in OECD whitelisted countries must maintain proper accounting records. Legislation of individual countries determines the deadlines when company reports must be submitted to regulatory authorities. Generally speaking, the financial year of a foreign company can coincide either with the incorporation date of the company or with a calendar year.
All countries have clear deadlines for filing reports. Company reporting standards are slightly different from what they were a few years ago, and the tax authorities impose strict requirements for the maintenance and storage of financial statements; with requirements varying depending on jurisdiction and company type. Eltoma Corporate Services provides professional services for the preparation and filing of reports for international and local companies in most continents globally.
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