Accounting in England – English AccountingAccounting in England

In the UK too, it is crucial for a company or a self employed to have an efficient accounting of their finances and to comply with the law in all respects. We provide assistance to our clients with our well-prepared colleagues and many years of experience. You can contact us as a Self Employed or a larger company owner.

Tax from claim back to labor law

Although the British tax system is in many ways simpler than other countries, there are, of course, some serious mails in the bureaucracy of the island country. In addition, administration is conducted in a foreign language, which imposes additional burdens on employees and business owners. If you choose us, you can work with Hungarian accountants in England who are fully proficient in the relevant British law.

And in what cases can you contact us? Our services include self employed, accounting for all L-letter companies (LP, LLP, LTD, PLC, LBG), tax refund, account management, employee and tax law, registration, VAT (VAT), tax returns and business development. Advising employers, employees on labor law, leave and sickness rights.


Accounting in England:

In England, businesses (whether self employed or companies) are required to report on their activities once a year. The reporting period is 12 months. It takes 9 months to prepare the report and pay the tax.

  • The tax period for self employed is from 6 April each year to 5 April the following year, with the submission of the accounts by 31 January of the following year. At that time, they must pay both the tax and the NI contribution for their activity at the latest.
  • For companies, the beginning of the first tax period is the date of their formation and the end of the tax period is the last day of the 12th month following. You have 9 months to file your tax return and pay your tax. Example Explanation: An English company was established on May 15, 2016, for example. End of tax year: May 14, 2017 The first full tax year therefore runs from May 15, 2016 to May 14, 2017. The tax year for the fraction runs from May 15, 2017 to May 31, 2017. The accounting for a fraction of a period is counted separately, but there is no need to contract for that period if we contract for the first tax year. From now on, every subsequent accounting tax year will be adjusted to this date. So, for each company, the tax year runs from June 1 to May 31 of the following year.

Depending on your activity and operation, you may need to register for PAYE (Becoming Employer, or Employee Employee) or VAT (for VAT registration).

PAYE registered companies have a monthly payroll reporting obligation.

VAT registered companies in England are required to report VAT on a quarterly basis.


Taxation in England:

Employees: They are paid Income Tax on their income, which is equivalent to English personal income tax. The scale is determined by a band:

Tax Tracks:


Taxable Income Tax rates
Personal Allowance Up to £12,570 0%
Basic rate £12,571 to £50,270 20%
Higher rate £50,271 to £150,000 40%
Additional rate over £150,000 45%

In addition to income tax, the employees’ wages are also deducted from the National Insurance (Class1). The rate is reduced to 0% up to £ 9568, and 12% for the remainder.

Self-employed people: “self-employed” also pay Income tax and they are subject to the tax bandwidth. On the other hand, they are required to pay Class 2 and Class 4 NI contributions. Class2 Contribution If the annual income of the self employed activity exceeds £ 6,475, the rate is £ 3.05 per week and is not required to be paid. The Class4 contribution rate is 9% of self-employed income over £ 9568.

Companies: Companies pay a corporation tax on their positive earnings. The rate is 19%. Their employees are required to pay NI contributions at the rate of 13.8%. Employers can apply for Employment Allowance support if they meet the statutory requirements, which exempts them from paying their employer NI up to £ 4,000 a year.


Tax Change Dates:

  • National Minimum Wage: (Minimum Wage Change for All Ages) Every year in early October
  • National Living Wage: (Minimum Hourly Wage Above Minimum Age Under 25) April Every Year
  • Personal Allowance: In April of each year
  • Change in VAT registration threshold Every year April 1st (from 01.04.2019 £ 85.000)
  • Corporation Tax Rate:  19% –  Every April 1



Incoming and Incoming Employees: An Incoming Employee can only be called if he or she already has an NI Number. If the successful candidate does not have one, he / she cannot be notified. To do so, you need to make an appointment by calling +44 (0) 300 200 3500 or the paid online site:

As soon as the employee is able to present the English NI Number, he will be eligible for employment from that date. In addition to the NINO number, you must declare, in addition to the basic information, your marital status, the number of children you live with, whether you have this voluntary pension fund, life insurance, etc.

The recruited employee can receive a weekly, fortnightly or four-weekly salary, which must be paid by the employer each time accompanied by Payslip.

The employee’s tax period lasts from April 6 to April 5 of the following year. Tax Year 2023/24 runs from 06.04.2023 to 05.04.2024.

For those over 25, the new minimum hourly rate is £ 10.42.-


Year Age over 25 years 21-24 18-20 18 under students in industry
April 2018 (Valid until) £ 7.83 £ 7.38 £ 5.90 £ 4.20 £ 3.70
April 2019 (Valid from) £ 8.21 £ 7.70 £ 6.15 £ 4.35 £ 3.90
April 2020 (Valid from) £ 8.72 £ 8.20 £ 6.45 £ 4.55 £ 4.15
April 2021 (Valid from) £ 8.91 £ 8.36 £ 6.56 £ 4.62 £ 4.30
April 2022 (Valid from) £ 9.50 £ 9.18 £ 6.83 £ 4.81 £ 4.81
April 2023 (Valid from) £ 10.42 £ 10.18 £ 7.49 £ 5.28 £ 5.28



Income Boundaries:

In the 2023/2024 tax year, Personal Allowance increased to £ 12570 annually, representing annual income of £ 12570; tax-free!


Example Explanation:

In the 2023/2024 tax year, the wage payable to a full-time employee, calculated at 37.5 hours per week, with a minimum wage of £ 10.42, is as follows:

  • Annual gross wages and salaries: £ 20.319.-
  • Annual tax payable: £ 1.548.-
  • Payable NI contribution deducted annually from employee: £ 929.88.-
  • NI Contribution payable annually to the company after employment: £ 1.548.22.-


  • Annual net wages and salaries of the employee: £ 17.841.12.-
  • Monthly gross salary: £ 1.693.25.-
  • Monthly tax payable: £ 129.-
  • Monthly NI contribution payable by employee: £ 77.49.-
  • Monthly NI contribution to the company for the employee: £ 129.02.-
  • Monthly wages and salaries: £ 1.486.76.-


  • Total monthly salary expenses for the company: £ 1.822.27.-



Working hours, employment, sick leave, holidays:

The weekly working time of full-time workers is 37.5. hours / week. If you work more than one week in England, we are talking about overtime.

If you work less than that, you are part-time (Part Time) The part-time work of a part-time worker is always subject to a contract, which may be 2.4 or 6 hours a day, but there may also be zero hours time of contracted employment. In this case, he should always be available and only get paid if he is given a job…

Full-time workers are entitled to a minimum of 28 days’ annual leave, which also includes public holidays. If one is employed on a part-time basis, the daily working hours should be proportionate. Thus, a worker who works 4 hours only has 14 days leave per year.

Statutory Sick (SSP) can be given for up to 28 weeks on an annual basis. The first 7 days of sick leave are self-certified by the worker and only during this period can you receive a medical certificate.

The amount of sick pay is currently £ 96.35.-  / week.



Personal Allowance: All employees have no income tax deduction on their wages up to £ 12570. Any excess amount is taxed only.

Marriage Allowance: Spouses can share Personal Allowance with each other.

Low-income employees can apply for Working Tax Credit, Child Benefit, or Universal Credit from HMRC.



In England, it is enough to justify 10 years of work to qualify for a basic pension. Today, that means £ 155 a week, which comes to £ 620 a month.

Depending on the exchange rate, this means about 260.000 HUF. Read more here




Dividend tax rate:

No change in dividend tax rate in 2023/2024:

  • The tax-free dividend subsidy is £ 2000
  • Basic-rate taxpayers pay 7.5% of the dividend
  • Higher rate taxpayers pay 32.5% of the dividend
  • Additional rate payers pay 38.1% of the dividend.



The following registrations are required in England:

  • Gateway registration
  • Corporation Tax registration
  • Paye registration
  • Data registration
  • GDPR Regulation
  • Self Assessment registration
  • VAT registration
  • MLR registration
  • EORI registration



In England the following declarations must be submitted to the Authority:

  • Confirmation Statement
  • Annual Account
  • Corporation Tax (CT600)
  • Self Assessment


Clever Interpretation:

Our English accounting firm is waiting for you, and here’s how to interpret the terms most commonly used in the Island:

  • Self Employed: English law is very flexible against private business, so you can become accountable within 2 weeks of registering.
  • Ltd: Limited Company with at least 1 director and at least 1 owner. These two positions can be filled by 1 person.
  • Self Assessment report: Paper by October 31st each year and online by January 31st each year
  • Payroll: English equivalent of payroll. If your company wants to retain employees, PAYE registration is required to officially become an employer.
  • VAT:  VAT in Hungary, VAT in England. Currently, there are three tax rates at 20% for the standard rate (Most goods and services), a reduced rate of 5% (for some goods and services such as child car seats and home energy), and 0% ( eg. Most Food & Childrenswear) Companies need to be registered for VAT only if they have an annual turnover of £ 85,000 or can be on a voluntary basis whenever the activity requires it.
  • CIS: The Construction Industry Scheme, which is a tax deduction system that includes the deduction of a tax advance on payments related to construction work. The system defines the rules for payments to subcontractors for construction work in the construction industry and certain other businesses. The scheme requires payments from contractors to subcontractors to take into account the subcontracting tax status determined by HMRC. This may require the contractor to deduct the amount paid to HMRC from that portion of the payment that does not represent the subcontractor’s material costs. This also applies to companies that operate in other countries but carry out construction activities in the UK. Registration is via the CIS Helpline.
  • Corporation Tax: Corporate income tax must be filed within 9 months of the end of the fiscal year.
  • Annual Account:  The company’s annual report.
  • Confirmation Statement Confirmation Statement must be filed with the company court at least once a year by any company. Any change to the company must be brought to the attention of the authority with this statement.
  • HMRC:  HM Revenue and Customs is the English tax office. All returns come to them, and they currently employ nearly 56,000 employees.
  • PAYE: The term Pay As You Earn refers to the payroll system. Under English accounting rules, taxes and contributions are to be fixed in proportion to the salary.
  • PAYSLIP: Payroll or payroll that a worker receives after each payment. The payslip includes, in addition to the employee’s personal information (name, address, employee and NI number) and employer information, the current month’s gross salary and deductions and net wages and salaries, as well as the annual rolled-up data. This is essential for tax returns.
  • P45: This is the name used to justify leaving the employer. So, when an employee leaves his / her job, he / she must receive this form from his / her former employer to justify his / her exit.
  • P60: This is the name of the annual employer’s certificate. This form must be received by all employees who are employed by an English company no later than May 31st each year. If someone does not receive this, you should ask or ask for our help.


Accounting Package Price:



Additional Services:

  • Apostille Certified Company Statement (To open a foreign bank account. Price £ 220. Two weeks before it arrives and is only valid for 30 days.)
  • Headquarters (London, Leeds, Doncaster)
  • Pension account management




Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are looking for an accountant in England

  and contact us even if you are just starting your career in the UK!




Phone: +44 (0) 1357 – 340 – 000;

Email: accountancy (at) symfalogic (dot) com

Skype: Symfalogic Corporation


To order, fill out the form below:

English Business Accounting Order

Choose your own accounting package!

The base package:

In the case of Self Employed, £ 120, which includes the Self Assessment.
£ 440 for companies, which includes the following mandatory returns:

1. Annual Account (balance sheet, income statement at the end of the tax year)
2. Corporation Tax Return (CT600 Corporate Tax Return for HMRC)
3. Confirmation Statement,
4. Self Assessment Statement for 1 person

For this basic package, select the additional items you need:

Please tick the appropriate box
Write here how many people you want to have payroll (write only number here)
Select the appropriate one

If you wish, you can now change your registered office address free of charge. (this is recommended to be done if the head office service was provided by the previous accountant)

(Self Employed, Director, Owner, Secretary, Delivery Agent, etc.)
PNG, PDF, JPG, GIF, ZIP, RAR, TAR, TAR.GZ, DOCX, PPT, DOC, RTF, TXT formats are allowed up to 25MB.
(if you not got one, the document you usually travel with) PNG, PDF, JPG, GIF, ZIP, RAR, TAR, TAR.GZ, DOCX, PPT, DOC, RTF, TXT formats are allowed up to 25MB.

Name: Symfalogic Corporation
Headquarters: 293, Sugar Mill Business Park, Oakhurst Avenue, Leeds, LS11 7HL, United Kingdom

Company Number: 08531523

HU-Mobil: + 3670-550-28-04
UK-Phone: +44 (0) 1357 – 340 – 000; +44 (0) 1302 – 579 – 340

UK-Mobil: +44 (0) 7550-51-4479; +44 (0) 7550-14-1337

Email Address:
Skype Name: Symfalogic Corporation

Represents: Mr. Gabor Nemeth Director – Chief Accountant as a company charged with carrying out the accounting work listed below (the \”Accountant\”),
On the other hand:

if you selected the \"Other\" field, please enter the type of your business here
(Separated by a comma)

C,) The Customer shall commission Symfalogic Corporation (\”the Accountant\”) to provide accounting services in accordance with applicable English law.

D,) The commitment

Example Explanation: An English company was established on, say, May 15, 2016. End of tax year: May 14, 2017. The first full tax year therefore runs from May 15, 2016 to May 14, 2017. The tax year for the fraction runs from May 15, 2017 to May 31, 2017. If you are looking to contract for your first tax year, then the right answer to this box is: 2016-17. Accounting for a fraction of a period is counted separately, but there is no contract for that period if we contract for the first tax year. From now on, every subsequent accounting tax year will be adjusted to this date. So, for each company, the tax year runs from June 1 to May 31 of the following year.

means the processing of accounting documents generated after the date of the commitment. In view of the mid-year / end-of-year receipt, the Statement of Accounts is deemed to have been accepted on the basis of the General Ledger Statement submitted and the Accountant is not responsible for its contents.

E,) By accounting, both parties understand the following tasks:

1, Accounting Material Received from Customer (Inbound / Outbound Accounting, Banking, Cash Register, Other Mixed Documentation)
2, Analytical and general ledger of fixed assets
3, General ledger accounting of inventories, as required by Customer\’s accounting policies, based on Customer\’s analytical records, where appropriate;
4, General Ledger of Financial Assets, Receivables, Equity and Liabilities
5, Continuous management of cost (expense) and profit and loss accounts.
6, Maintaining analysts in the general ledger system as an integral part of the required analytical records;
7, Determining the Company\’s Profit.
8, Annual report and preparation of current tax returns on time.
9, Timely compilation of tax returns based on accounting numbers as required by tax laws;

F,), is not subject to the Customer\’s normal operation, including:

1, Compliance with the legality rules relating to the Customer\’s operation; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
2, Material and financial management of the Customer (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
3. Concluding contracts, obtaining certificates of performance; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
4. To judge, adhere to the contents of the articles of association, industrial, commercial and operating license, lease, contract operating document, to initiate modifications and changes related to their content and form; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
5. Notification to the authorities of information in the Customer\’s documents, company data, contract, contracts entered into for which there is a notification obligation or a change in any legal act will subsequently require notification (such as the identity of the owners, affiliated companies, transactions, etc.) (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
6. Content and form of relations with third parties (eg partners, owners, employees, etc.) (if applicable, part of a separate agreement)
7. Judgment on the status of affiliated company with the Customer, and any similar relationship that may or may not result in any registration, filing, settlement, or settlement process (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
8. Development and application of pricing and pricing (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
9. Preparation of commercial plans, estimates and post-estimates; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
10. Respect for Employers\’ Rights and Responsibilities (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
11. Voluntary Pension Fund Announcement for New Employees; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
12. Completion of administrative duties, licensing, reporting obligations for apprentices (if applicable, part of a separate agreement)
13. Distribution and use of member and entrepreneurial income; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
14. Ordering of foreign and domestic missions, issuing of orders, settlement of accounts with the provisions taken, preparation of travel reports; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
15. Defining the Principles, Procedures, and dates of Accounting Policies Required by the Customer (Part of This Separate Agreement if Required)
16. Execution of Inventory Tasks (if required, is part of a separate agreement)
17. Maintaining the Customer\’s analytical stock records (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
18. Recording and listing of brokered services; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
19. During the reconciliation of the Customer\’s claims and obligations with the relevant parties (buyer, supplier, creditors), sending letters of conciliation and handling any differences, not resulting from bookkeeping, between the Customer and his customers and suppliers. (To this end, the Accountant shall provide the Customer with all tax and accounting information.)
(part of a separate agreement if necessary)
20. Management of the Customer\’s cash stock, provision over his bank accounts; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
21. Continuous register of cash (pounds) (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
22. Monitoring cash flow limits (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
23. monitoring the amount of cash in the treasury management regulations; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
24. Monitoring the limit on the amount of invoices for the same subject (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
25. Record of Forms (part of a separate agreement if required)
26. Correction of incorrectly completed invoices and documents; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
27. Keeping of journals, car registers (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
28. Organizing and archiving of documents outside the accounting system; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
29. Translation of foreign documents (invoices, contracts, etc.) into Hungarian and verification of the content of the translation (if necessary, part of a separate agreement)
30. Reporting to, and liaising with (tax refund) foreign tax authorities; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
31. Verification of the tax number of foreign taxpayers (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
32. Collecting information on the existence of business partners, restrictions on their management, activities (eg, tax suspension, liquidation, etc.), the veracity and reliability of their data (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
33. Provision and verification of export / import or supporting documents for appropriate frontiers in intra-Community transactions (transport document, CMR, document of origin, etc.) (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
34. Conducting analysts to determine the environmental product charge and keeping records of other charges, taxes, which may or may be subject to some form of regulatory process, control (where applicable, as part of a separate agreement)
35. Provision of data for statistical purposes which cannot be extracted from the accounts; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
36. Compilation of documentation necessary for the submission of grants and applications, preparation of and participation in related audits; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
37. Preparation of self-income tax return for the employees working for the Client, acquaintances belonging to the Client\’s ownership area, private persons; (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
38. Any statement made to a public authority, office, any third party in lieu of Customer (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
39. Monitoring the threshold for cash payments per transaction. (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
40. Monitoring the daily closing stock and average of the cash register (part of a separate agreement if necessary)
41. The Customer\’s employment, wage and insurance matters, monthly returns, shall be governed by the terms of the \”Supplement\” attached to this contract.

G,) General Ledger Accounting and Related Record Keeping The Contracting Parties agree that:

1. The general ledger shall be accounted for on a computer in accordance with the Accountant\’s own computer program, whereby the Accountant shall apply his own uniform accounting policy, updated as required by the Client.
2. The General Ledger Accounting shall be based on all the Accounting Policies, Accounting Rules, etc., which shall be attached to this Contract and signed by the authorized decision maker on behalf of the Client, containing the decisions and deadlines relating to the Accounting. (together with regulations), the preparation and updating of which is the responsibility of the Customer. The Accountant shall not deviate from the regulations in the course of processing the documents. (part of a separate agreement if necessary)

H,) How to Collaborate:

1. Upon commencement of the cooperation, the Client shall make available to the Accountant (if not prepared by the Accountant\’s affiliate company) documents relating to the incorporation of the company, registration with the Commercial Court, tax and insurance status, and his live bank account and credit agreements. In addition, the Customer shall provide the basic accounting documents necessary for taking over the accounting.
2. shall be changed by the Customer it shall inform the Accountant within 5 days.
3. The completeness of data processing and bookkeeping must first be ensured by providing supporting documents. Accounting materials (invoices, outgoing accounts, bank statements, cash receipts, employment records, attendance sheets, other receipts) must be provided to the accountant on a monthly basis, up to 5 months.
4. It is the responsibility of the Customer to ensure the completeness and completeness of the supporting documents.
5. The Accounting Officer shall take into consideration only data recorded in writing and supported by appropriate supporting documents. If it encounters inadequate, clear documentation during processing, it shall notify the Customer thereof.
6. The ledger statement containing the recorded economic events shall be completed by the end of the month following the month to which it relates.
7. The Accountant shall submit the report and the annual and interim tax returns to the Client at the latest 2 working days prior to the submission deadline, together with all annexes thereto. The Accountant shall be exempt from the deadline if the Customer has provided the necessary data and documents late.
8. If, after the deadline specified in this contract, the Customer has submitted all or part of the documents required for the report, tax return (collectively: documents) and / or tax assessment, information on the amount of the tax return and / or payment obligation. the deadline for submitting the last document 2 business days after.
9. The accounting officer shall be responsible for communicating the annual accounts and the tax returns to the competent bodies. The method of transmission shall be chosen by the Accountant having regard to the circumstances and regulations.
10. The Customer\’s electronically filed returns and information shall be governed by the provisions of Section 3 of the Addendum to the Accounting Contract.
11. The Client is obliged to forward a copy of any document (notification, report, decision, etc.) received from the Authority to the Accountant immediately (ie on the business day following receipt) (unless the Accountant is affiliated with the Company) The Accountant within 2 business days but it shall submit its written observations before the expiry of the time limit set in the document. In the event that the Client does not forward the received document to the Accountant in a timely manner, the consequences of the delay (eg default penalty) shall be borne by the Client
12. It is the responsibility of the Accountant to organize the retrieved documents in a retrievable manner. The Accountant shall retain the deposited documents for the current year at the latest until the preparation of the annual report. Thereafter, or during the course of the year, upon agreement with the Accountant, the Customer shall arrange for the delivery of the receipts and shall also be obliged to retain the receipts required by law.
13. The Accounting Officer shall assist in the reconciliation or audit of any financial or economic entity upon authorization. (part of a separate agreement)
14. Further additional items can be found in the “Accounting Information” that forms part of this Agreement. (Appendix 1, which can be downloaded under

Customer Portal > Support > Downloads)

15. The Symfalogic Corporation, the customer can provide financial advice on all business or business related tax or economic matters through its affiliates. This shall take the form of a telephone consultation on accounting matters, a personal consultation at the Accountant\’s official working hours, a written consultation at a pre-arranged time and / or a request for a resolution from the authorities. In the course of the consultation, the Accountant shall inform the Purchaser of the issues raised, as far as possible in the most comprehensive manner, and shall also draw the Purchaser\’s attention to the foreseeable consequences of the matter.
16. The Accountant shall not go beyond the description of the possibilities, the decision on the merits shall always be the responsibility of the Client, the consequences of which shall be borne entirely by the Client.

I,) The Accountant may refuse to perform what is written in the contract if

1, the Customer\’s own service is in the meantime delayed for the duration of the delay;
2, due to the significant deterioration of the Customer\’s financial situation in the meantime, the remuneration (payment) is endangered;
3. the other party has an outstanding debt due to a lack of financial security.

J,) Stay in touch

1. The Parties shall inform each other promptly in writing of any change of representation.
2. The Accountant shall disclose the documents received for processing and the processed data only to the representatives of the Customer, as specified in this contract, and shall maintain contact with them.
3. The Principal shall designate the following persons for communication with the Principal with the responsibilities described: Office Manager, Secretary (Female), Agent, Transfer of Base Documents, Retrieval of Base Documents, Managing Director (s), Manager (s), Processed Agent full insight, declarations, signing a report.

4. Unless otherwise provided by law, the Accountant shall be liable to third parties for any information concerning the Customer.
5. The persons appointed by the Client and the owners, executives and their representatives included in the valid and valid Articles of Association of the Client and their deed of incorporation shall have the right to inspect the accounts at the office hours of the Accounting Office after verifying their identity.
6. The Accountant shall be bound by the obligation of confidentiality vis-à-vis third parties in respect of any data of the Customer, as well as data of individuals and companies in any contractual relationship with the Customer, unless otherwise provided by law. The obligation of confidentiality shall include that the Accountant shall not pass on to the third party any data or information made available to him or carry out any transaction for which the Customer does not request.
7. The Accountant shall only be discharged from this obligation by a simultaneous written order of the Customer or by a criminal investigation authority, court order, search warrant or compliance with the provisions of the Money Laundering Act and Government Decree.
8. By signing this contract, both the Customer and the Accountant agree that Symfalogic Corporation and its affiliates will contact them by email with their marketing offers and inform them of any upcoming events. Include him in your reference list (business activity). Any listing on the list shall require the Parties to provide written permission.

K,) Liability questions

1. Any delay in the delivery of the certificates beyond the time limit shall be the Customer\’s responsibility, risk and damage.
2. The Accountant shall not bear any liability for the content of the formally appropriate documents and documents provided by the Customer and for the authenticity of the economic events behind them, and shall not examine or verify the authenticity of the certificate of performance.
3. The Customer shall indemnify, to the extent agreed or calculated, for any damages or additional costs resulting from his personal delay or fault.
4. The Accountant shall be responsible for the accuracy of the bookkeeping, the conformity of the records kept by the Accountant and the accurate and timely preparation of the returns and reports.
5. The Accounting Officer shall be liable for any damage resulting from an error in data processing.
6. The Accountant shall indemnify for damage that is solely due to his fault or delay.
7. The Accountant shall not be liable for any damage resulting from the fact that the information, data and supporting documents provided by the Customer were incorrect, incorrect or not delivered to the Accountant in due time.
8. The Accountant shall correct and correct any errors or omissions within 5 working days of the discovery thereof, if the complaint was justified.
9. The Accountant may refuse to post items which, in his opinion, are not sufficiently substantiated (for example, by contract, etc.). on written account.
10. The Accountant may request the Client to provide a \”Declaration of Compliance\” for the preparation of the Annual Report.
11. The Accountant shall not be liable for damages caused by the fact that the information, data and supporting documents provided by the Customer were incorrect, incorrect or received by the Accountant in due time.

L), Warranties

1. The Accountant warrants that his work on the data, information and documents received is in compliance with the applicable legal requirements and provides an appropriate basis for further processing.
2. The Accounting Officer warrants that he / she has the permissions and qualifications required by law.

M), Honorary

1. The Accountant for the performance of the tasks undertaken in this contract shall be entitled to the standard fee for that package and any other fees (not included in the selected accounting package) from this date onwards, against the invoice, by credit transfer. equalize.

2. If, due to a mistake or delay on the part of the customer, the accountant is required to modify a declaration by self-auditing, it will be charged £ 200 / pc for each audit.
3. Fees for services other than k / 1 points shall be agreed between the Parties from time to time. The preparation of accounting tasks associated with the transformation, change of company form and preparation of other business plans, loan applications, applications, assurances, etc. are not covered by this contract.

4. Documents requiring an Audit shall be subject to a separate fee.

N,) Make a Payment

1. Customer\’s payment obligation through the customer account to Symfalogic Corporation
PayPal by payment or transfer to:

Lloyds Bank
Sort Code: 30-92-38
Account Number: 44261568
Bic Code: LOYDGB21162
IBAN: GB98 LOYD 3092 3844 2615 68

2. Payment options:

– By transfer
– With PayPal payment
– Cash

3, Cash payment is always possible only in our office.
4. In all cases, we will issue an invoice for our services, so please pay for the invoice only.

O,) Automation

1. In the case of an annual fee payment, after the expiration of a given contract period, the claimant for the following year will be issued automatically, and by paying the invoice you will extend your accounting contract for the following year. Of course, if you do not wish to extend your contract, please let us know and we will cancel your claim.

2. Our system will either offer you an existing accounting package to extend your accounting package, or send you a fee package that is the most appropriate for your business.

3. If you are planning for less / higher traffic in the near future, please let us know and we will set up one lower / higher accounting package for your account.

4. By entering into this agreement, you agree that we will send you a monthly letter informing you of your request for accounting material, and any changes to or requests for payroll information.

5. By entering into this Agreement, you agree that we will send you a notice prior to each expiration date notifying you of the expiration date.

6. By entering into this agreement, you consent to the sending of a letter of notification (newsletters) regarding your accounting.

P,) Data Management

1. The Contracting Parties undertake to treat personal or other information provided or made available to each other in connection with this Agreement in accordance with the provisions of the Act on the Protection of Personal Data and the Publicity of Information of Public Interest and other data and confidentiality rules. shall not be used, made available to third parties or otherwise abused by any other party, without the permission of the other Party, during its term, validity or termination. The breaching party shall be liable for damages for breach of these obligations.

Q,) Privacy Statement

1. The controller shall inform the contractor that he is processing personal data provided in the contract for the purpose of performing the contract.
2. Personal Data Recipients: Symfalogic Corporation Customer Service, Accounting, Tax, and Data Processing Employees.
3. Period of storage of personal data: 5 years after termination of the contract.
4. Personal data will be transferred for processing and accounting to Symfalogic Corporation\’s partner companies, to the post office of the country in question, and to the courier service of the respective country, and for security purposes to the Symfalogic Corporation\’s security trustee.
5. Information on the rights of the individual concerned and the identity of the data processors can be found at Policies.

R,) Data Processing

See “Terms and Conditions for Data Processing Activities”


S,) Privacy

Bearing in mind that the accounting firm as an agent for its activities is subject to EU 2016/679. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Freedom of Information Act and Freedom of Information Act, and whereas under this law, the data processor must ensure that persons authorized to process personal data are bound by confidentiality obligations and the concept that any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (\”data subject\”) shall be considered as personal data; identifiable by a natural person who, directly or indirectly, in particular by virtue of one or more factors such as name, number, position, online identification or physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of the natural person identifiable –

1. The Accounting Firm undertakes to process and transmit personal and company data obtained in the course of its work for the sole purpose of performing its duties, not to use it for any other purpose, to disclose it to any unauthorized person, and unauthorized access to (and secure) business information does not disclose or distribute personal information.

2. Purchaser undertakes to process and transmit personal and company data obtained in the course of the work of the aforementioned agent solely for the purpose of performing its tasks, not to use it for any other purpose, to disclose it to any unauthorized person, does not allow unauthorized access to company information (keeps it safe), does not disclose or distribute personal information.

3. In particular, any proprietary, proprietary or assignee property of the Company, any proprietary notices (patents, know-how, etc.) and non-proprietary notices (eg, business, management, plans, presentations, creations), intellectual property, ideas, and information obtained by both parties in connection with and beyond the business, business relationships, services of the Companies, business information, and any data and information that the Companies consider to be business secrets , or rightly so.

4. Neither party shall have the right to disclose, copy, publish, or otherwise utilize any trade secret information to any third party or to use it against the interests of the Companies.

5. The Parties declare that they will refrain from any action that might jeopardize the economic interests of the companies (principals and agents) involved in this Agreement. The content of any internal agreement between the principal and the agent and any communication (negotiation, correspondence, telephone conversation, etc.) shall be treated as confidential.

T,) Scope of the Contract

1. This Agreement is entered into with the unanimous consent of the parties and is signed and confirmed by both parties for one or more accounting year of the sponsoring company or company.
2. With the entry into force of this Agreement, the existing agreement between the parties to the same effect, shall be terminated.
3. The Parties may terminate this Agreement by giving one month\’s written notice in any part.
4. In the event of a one-year cancellation, the balance of the basic accounting fee paid in advance for one year shall not be returned.
5. In the event of termination at the end of the year, the annual accounts shall be prepared under the terms of this contract and the accounting officer\’s responsibility.
6. The contract shall also terminate upon the commencement of the winding-up or liquidation proceedings of the customer as a company. In such cases, the accountant is required to draw up a closure report and to submit it to the liquidator and the liquidator, backed up by analyzes in accordance with legal requirements. Should the liquidator or the liquidator continue to have recourse to the services of an agent, the parties shall re-enter into a contract.

U,) Extraordinary Termination

1. Incorrect or accurate or incomplete or timely data provision
2. In case of breach of contract points
3. In case of international infringement
4. In case of financing or participation in terrorism, other crime
5. In the absence or in the absence of an activity subject to authorization (absence of lease, etc.)
6. Data release or data leakage
7. Failure to provide timely information to Accountant
8. Failure to transmit information
9. In case of lack of data transfer
10. Involvement of a third party in the absence of timely information by the accountant
11. In the case of an unknown third party requesting data (other than a legitimate request for information from an authority)
12. Extraordinary Termination will result in immediate termination without regard to any notice period.
13. The residual value of the service charge paid (neither) is non-refundable.
14. The Accounting Officer (in this case) does not have to close or submit the returns received before the date of extraordinary termination.
15. Even in the event of extraordinary termination, all financial and legal remedies are excluded.

V,) Final Provision

1. This Agreement may be amended or supplemented by the Parties only in writing and in a form signed by their respective representatives, by mutual consent, in writing only.
2. Issues not governed by this Agreement shall be governed by the provisions of the German Civil Code.
3. The contract shall be in several languages, if the translation would lead to a difference in interpretation in all cases, the Hungarian text shall prevail.
4. After reading and interpreting the contract, the parties have signed it, which is in full agreement with their will.
5. Due to the Internet nature of this Agreement, it will only be valid upon confirmation by the Symfalogic Corporation and upon payment of the Fees, including without signature. The confirmation can be in PDF format by sending an email, by letter or by signing a contract printed in person at the accountant\’s office.

U,) Extraordinary Termination

1. In case of inaccurate or inaccurate or incomplete or timely data provision
2. In case of breach of contract points
3. In case of international violation
4. In case of financing or participation in terrorism or other criminal offenses
5. In case of absence or revocation of activity subject to a permit (in case of absence of lease agreement, etc.)
6. In case of data release or data leakage
7. In case of failure to inform the accountant in time
8. In case of lack of transmission of information
9. In the absence of data transmission
10. Involvement of third parties in case of failure to inform the accountant in time
11. In case of a request for data from an unknown third party (except for a legitimate request from the authority)
12. Extraordinary termination will result in immediate termination without regard to any notice period.
13. The residual value of the service fee paid (neither) is not refundable.
14. The accounting officer is not obliged to close the accounting materials (in this case) received by the date of the extraordinary termination or to prepare the declarations.
15. Even in the event of extraordinary termination, all financial and legal routes are excluded.

V,) Final provision

1. This Agreement may be amended or supplemented by the Parties only in writing, in the form signed by their representatives indicated above, only in writing.
2. In matters not covered by this contract, the provisions of the Federal Civil Code of Germany shall apply.
3. The contract was written in several languages, if due to the translation there would be a difference of interpretation, the Hungarian text would prevail in all cases.
4. The contract has been signed and approved by the parties after reading and interpreting it in accordance with their will in all respects.
5. Due to the internet nature of this agreement, it will only be valid upon confirmation by Symfalogic Corporation or upon payment of a fee, including without signature. Confirmation can be made in PDF format by sending an email, by letter, or by signing a contract printed in person at the accountant\’s office.

* The number of accounts represents the sum of Outgoing and Incoming accounts. If the number of invoices exceeds the number specified in the package, then each invoice will be charged at the price of Ł 0.50 / pc. If you have more than 20 invoices for 3 months, you will need to upgrade to one larger tariff plan, from which you will be credited with the price of the previous tariff plan (within one tax year).

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