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* The document is understood as: the invoice issued to the firm, the invoice issued by the firm, the cash checks and receipts confirming the movement of cash, the accounting of the main property (1 unit), depreciation of fixed assets, each line of banking operations, payroll of one employee, contract and other documents, maintenance and the form of which, if necessary, will prove the circumstances and reliability of the economic operation.
All registered enterprises must annually and, no later than six months after the end of the financial year, compile and present to the Commercial Register a report for the business year.
For example, if a company’s financial year from 01.01. to 31.12, the deadline for submission of the report is 30.06. The financial year does not have to coincide with the calendar year.
Tax reporting and additional reports are submitted to the Tax and Customs Board or other government agencies in accordance with the form of business or organizational and legal form, structure and type of activity.