Accounting Fee Agreement

65. Either of us may terminate this Agreement by setting a written deadline for the other party for at least 21 days, unless you are not working with us or we have reason to believe that you have provided us with misleading information or HMRC, in which case we may immediately terminate this Agreement. Termination is without prejudice to any rights that any of us had prior to termination. 5. Independent Accounting Relationship. The parties agree that the Accountant provides the Services under this Agreement and acts as an independent contractor and not as an employee. This agreement does not create any partnership, joint venture or other fiduciary relationship between the client and the accountant. The accountant is not entitled to enter into agreements on behalf of the client. Retainer – deposit to the accountant to start his services. Usually for more important accounting tasks or before reporting and reporting. 63. It is not treated in such a way that, for the purposes of our responsibilities, we inform the information provided to other members of our company than those involved in the specific contract (for example.B. information provided in the context of accounting, taxation and other services).

The signature area under the declaration (“In Witness Whereof… “) has sufficient space for the accountant and the client to formally conclude this agreement. The accountant must sign the blank line marked “Accountant`s signature” and then produce the date of signature on the empty line called “date”. In addition, the accountant must print his name in the “Print name” line. The customer must also provide an exporter`s signature. He or she must sign the “Customer`s Signature” line, then indicate his or her signature date in the adjacent line. Once this has been done, the customer must present their printed name in the “Print Name” line. Taking into account the accounting services provided, the customer undertakes to accept and pay monthly invoices in accordance with the terms of payment of this contract. Now that the two companies involved have been identified, we need to provide an accurate description of this task. For the first item (“I. Services”), a checklist has been provided to allow you to define the services that the accountant must provide to comply with this agreement. In this way, you designate services such as “credit accounting”, “deposit accounting”, “bank comparison”, “bill payment”, “budget preparation”, “customer-specific reports”, “Detailed annual accounts”, “general accounting”, “pay slip and cheque register” and/or “other” services, simply by activating the corresponding control box.

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