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According to the Companies Ordinance, a Hong Kong company is required to maintain accounting records to justify the transactions conducted in the company, as well as to disclose the financial position and performance of the company. Every year, the company is required to conduct an audit.


Records may be kept in print or electronic form. A Hong Kong company is required to keep records for 7 years from the end of the fiscal year. If the company does not keep proper records, the director of the Hong Kong company is liable to a fine or even imprisonment.

After the preparation of the accounting report, an audit is conducted annually.

ACCOUNTING & AUDIT IN HONG KONG

 
Accounting & Audit in Hong Kong
According to the Companies Ordinance, a Hong Kong company is required to maintain accounting records to justify the transactions conducted in the company, as well as to disclose the financial position and performance of the company. Every year, the company is required to conduct an audit.


Records may be kept in print or electronic form. A Hong Kong company is required to keep records for 7 years from the end of the fiscal year. If the company does not keep proper records, the director of the Hong Kong company is liable to a fine or even imprisonment.

After the preparation of the accounting report, an audit is conducted annually.
Accounting
Preparation of financial statements of the company
Смена директора (ND2A)
Смена директора (ND2A)
Смена директора (ND2A)
Preparation of
a profit tax payroll
Preparation of tax reporting for different types of tax
Reply to Hong Kong Tax Administration letters
Asset Verification Report
Our professional team of accountants has many years of experience and knowledge in the field of accounting and taxation, striving to provide clients with professional accounting and tax services, mainly providing accounting, auditing and tax returns for Hong Kong companies.
Documents required for accounting:

All invoices for the reporting period
Company registration documents
Tax return
Bank statements for corporate credit cards
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Annual audit
An audit is an official review of financial statements by a third party. An audit is conducted in order to verify the reliability of the financial statements of the company. In Hong Kong, financial statements are submitted once a year to Certified Public Accountants.


An audit is an official review of financial statements by a third party. An audit is conducted in order to verify the reliability of the financial statements of the company. In Hong Kong, financial statements are submitted once a year to Certified Public Accountants.

Financial report
Invoices
Profit and loss statement
Bank statement
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for example, utility bills, rental invoices, transportation costs, salaries - any invoices with company name

Service cost
650€
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