What are the mandatory reports in France ?
Filing financial statements in France is required at least once per year for the purpose of establishing the bases for calculating taxes. The annual accounts of the companies are filed to the Registry of Commercial Court and a dedicated tax package (yearly annual tax reporting = CIT return) is sent to the Corporate Tax Department. They are composed of the balance sheet, income statement in the French PCG standard and various mandatory annexes. This is why we deeply recommend to think of outsourced bookkeeping in France.
For the reporting needs of your parent company, we can offer you our on-demand reporting service, to be completed on your spreadsheets or web portal, scalable according to the needs of your Group. If necessary, a forecast cash flow report can be proposed to you on request. In both cases, our rates applied will be hourly rates to the time spent.
Alternatively, we offer a monthly flat rate for our standard APRZ reporting, in English, including the trial balance, balance sheet and income statement in accordance with IFRS.