Sun Consulting is an accounting company authorized by the CECCAR professional body. The general trend of small and medium-sized businesses is to outsource services to an accounting firm to take the time to organize or reorganize their own business and reduce costs.

By focusing on the full representation of our clients, since the foundation of our company, we are interested in our work to ensure success in our clients' business. In any situation, we offer the customer the most appropriate solution to his problems. We are constantly informed about the legislative changes, as well as their implications for your company.

We contribute to the correct information of the economic agents on the tax implications of their business and on the optimization of their fiscal and non-fiscal expenses.

Our goal is to provide our clients with the information they need in their business. Through professionalism, by finding optimal solutions in financial accounting, payroll and management policy, we want to gain the trust of our clients.

We strictly adhere to the rules of professional ethics, guaranteeing contractual confidentiality of the information managed in the relationship with the client, both during the collaboration and after its termination.

Thus, we support your needs through professional accounting services at competitive rates. We are present on the accounting services market in Constanta County.

    10 Reasons to Work with Us:

  • On the 10th of the month, you have the calculation of completed wage states
  • On the 20th of the month, you have the VAT and finalized taxes
  • We will advise tax managers and employees in our own financial and accounting department, guide them and explain patiently everything they are interested in accounting
  • Because we will witness tax checks and even without your presence, during the tax inspection until the final discussion
  • We will provide monthly the financial-accounting analysis that will help you grow your business
  • Because we use software tools that ease communication, documents transmission, but we can also work in a classic system with original document exchange
  • We have various services, besides accounting, you can also benefit from other services, expertise, verifications, complex reports required by management or institutions specific to your specific business field and, last but not least, useful advice and analysis at important times
  • The cost quality ratio is balanced
  • We have extensive research and experience in the financial and accounting field
  • Because we welcome you with flexibility, calmness, punctuality and seriousness at the scheduled talks.

    7 Ways to check if you are working with a good accountancy company:

For most companies, accounting means meeting legal requirements in fiscal and accounting matters. A good accountancy company frees you from fines from your control bodies and can help you make the best financial decisions. Equally, an accounting firm that does not comply with applicable tax and accounting laws can create important issues for the company.

An accounting firm is usually considered to be good if the company does not receive fines following the controls of the National Agency for Tax Administration (ANAF), the Labor Inspectorates (ITM) or other control bodies. But until you have control from ANAF, how can you know if the accounting firm respects accounting and tax laws?

Here are seven ways to test the qualifications and expertise of the accounting company you work with.

1. Request periodically the payer's file from ANAF

In the payer's file of the ANAF company are listed all the payment obligations the company has to pay. This situation can also be checked online if the company has a digital certificate and has registered for this purpose at the Fiscal body. If all the company's obligations are met, then the balance of all taxes and duties must be zero. If there are unpaid balances, it requires explanations from the accounting firm.

2. Monthly request the component of balances related to unpaid invoices to suppliers and non-invoiced invoices from customers

This will show if the accountancy company has correctly allocated payments to vendors and receipts from customers. Incorrect allocation of payments or receipts may cause problems in business relationships with suppliers or customers.

3. Periodically request the component of treasury advances not paid by employees

This situation helps prevent the company's employees from leaving without reimbursing all the advances they have received.

4. Ask the company for detailed financial analysis

Normally, the accounting firm must prepare a monthly report on the company's financial situation. This report shall include at least:

  • revenue and cost analysis at company level and at product level, department, city, etc.
  • a cash-flow forecast for the next three months;
  • the analysis of profitability, liquidity, efficiency and indebtedness indicators, as compared to the main competitors.

5. Ask for the calculation of payment amounts to the budget by the 20th of the month

Generally, accounting firms postpone the calculation of payment obligations to the budget until the last day (25th of the month). In this way, business owners are unable to make a forecast of their payments. Often, they pay without being convinced that these are the correct payment amounts. In order to avoid this, ask for statements and calculation of the obligations until the 20th of the month.

6. Checks the method of calculating the profit tax

Many times, accounting firms record complex transactions as non-deductible expenses. This eliminates any risk it might have to control, but this results in an additional 16% cost for the owners. How can you verify this? Require a quarterly listing of all non-deductible expenses.

7. Request drawing up financial information charts

In order to be able to detect any errors in accounting, it requires the drawing up of graphs for different categories of financial data. Monthly charts can be requested with:

  • incomes and expenses, in general or detailed by type of category;
  • balance of suppliers and customers;
  • cash balance in the bank and cashier;
  • stock balance;
  • payment debts to budgets.

Thus, we are constantly seeking to rise to the level of demand demanded by our customers.