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We have over 40 years of experience in the field which we will use to take care of your company’s taxes, accounting, financial statements and financial administration. Bilanssi is a second-generation family business that is currently managed by one of the industry’s leading experts, Risto Walden. Alongside Risto, we also have 15 experienced professionals whose high-quality work will take good care of you.Contact us
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We can plan, execute and maintain your and your company’s financial affairs in terms of taxation and law. Is your company’s tax planning up to date? Tax planning is an essential part of every owner’s and company’s finances.Read more
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Business tax planning / Matti Kukkonen, Risto Walden
The book combines the theory of business tax planning with practice in an interesting way. The book contains a case study that brings each topic to practical life throughout the book. The topics include dividend incomes, capital gain, group contribution, internal pricing, business arrangements and tax planning for different company forms. The book is excellent for professional use, for example accounting companies, controllers, financial managers and tax lawyers. It is also suitable for to use as a university textbook.
Company accounting / Seppo Ikäheimo, Teemu Malmi, Risto Walden
This book is a collection of core areas in company accounting along with their meaning for the decision makers. In the section about accounting for investors it explains the norms of producing accounting information along with the basic structures and targets for financial statements, consolidated financial statements and accounting analysis. The section about executive accounting takes a close look at cost calculations, control and decision-making. For example, it discusses the budgeting process and rewarding, and offers tools for pricing and making investment calculations. The third part of the book discusses corporate governance. It shows how to utilize the accounting information across the company's management tasks. This book is excellent for developing independent expertise and skill, but it can also be used as basic and in-service training material. The new edition has been updated to reflect changes in legislation and corporate governance guidelines. The examples have also been brought up to date.
Financial statement and tax planning / Jarmo Leppiniemi, Risto Walden
This book helps to see the links between accounting and taxing along with the opportunities the Bookkeeping Act sets for a company's tax planning. For example, it discusses how you can compare the tax benefits in different investment and financing decisions and how the differences between options can be determined in terms of euros. Multiple example calculations are used to visualize the tax consequences of various financial decisions. The book provides the tools for finding right, efficient and inexpensive courses of action. It is a topical book for a company's financial administration, particularly for those who are responsible for business planning and financial statements along with those who advise and consult companies.
Business Income Tax Act in practice / Matti Kukkonen, Risto Walden
This book discusses the taxing principles of revenue and expenses generated by business activity along with the calculation regulations. Financial events are discussed as they often appear in terms of business activity. Taxation questions are studied in terms of the length of business activity, from the beginning to achieving regular annual income and expenses and into changing business structures all the way to the business activity's finishing point. In relation to these topics it also considers the relevant regulations of the Bookkeeping Act and Limited Liability Companies Act for each business transaction. The book is designed for professionals in financial administration and taxation but is also suitable for use as a textbook.
Tax planning for SMEs / Matti Kukkonen, Risto Walden
The book discusses the taxation treatment for various types of income redistribution when business activity takes place in SMEs directly owned by private persons. This allows for efficient evaluation and planning of business activity for taxation purposes. The topics include earned income, fringe benefits, dividend income, income from interest or rent, capital gain, buying own shares, change of generation along with disguised dividends and tax evasion. The practical application of tax regulations is demonstrated in a case study throughout the book. This gives the reader an exceptionally practical grasp of the influences and possibilities of tax regulations. The book is meant for professionals in financial administration and taxation and for entrepreneurs for
finding the right, efficient and inexpensive courses of action. It is also excellent for teaching purposes. The second, renewed edition also includes the changes made to taxation in the 2013 budget negotiations.