Insolvency accounts

The preparation of an income statement under insolvency law is more than just listing cash flows. It starts with the coordination of information and document flows with the local accounting staff, the administrator’s clerk or the insolvency debtor’s tax advisor and leads via an orderly document filing to the preparation of the statement of cash flows made in the insolvency proceedings, which has to be structured according to insolvency law.

Our many years of experience in this field, experienced and friendly staff as well as our accompanying services in the field of taxes and annual financial statements enable us to keep the revenue and surplus accounts reliably and up to date. It goes without saying that the bookkeeping must stand up to scrutiny by cash auditors and final account auditors. Last but not least, we also keep an eye on the costs.