Penalty for improper accounting
Companies with registration in Belize, the British Virgin Islands, Panama and Seychelles run the risk of getting penalty for improper accounting. Consider each country separately.
If a violation is discovered during the audit, a fine of up to 100 $ is imposed on the company. If the company continues to violate this requirement, it is forced to pay an additional 25 $ each day after imposing a basic fine.
The fine is 1000 $. Each subsequent day of violation of accounting rules will cost the company 100 $.
British Virgin Islands
In case of non-compliance with the rules, the company will be fined 50000 $.
Compared to the rest of the above countries, the penalties in Belize in relation to companies that incorrectly conduct accounting are the most severe.
- The company may be excluded from the register of business entities.
- The fine can reach 10000 US dollars.
- The company may be deprived of a license.
- Supervisory authorities may revoke a certificate of registration.
Currently, the proper conduct of accounting is a prerequisite, since today conducting business without records is impossible.
Proper accounting provides the company with the following benefits:
- No problems with international and local laws.
- Facilitated procedure for opening accounts with foreign and local banks.
- Lack of penalties.
- Facilitation of tax payments.
- Facilitating a change in the location of the business entity.
- Evidence of the legality of the source of profit and prevention of freezing accounts.
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