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Amendments to Accounting Regulations under Order 3055/2009

Amendments to Accounting Regulations under Order 3055 / 2009

Monitorul Oficial al Romaniei, Part I, No 727 / 26 November 2013 has published Order No 1898 / 22.11.2013 of the Minister of Public Finance, which amends and supplements the accounting regulations compliant with the European Directives that were approved under Order No 3055 / 2009 of the Minister of Public Finance.

The major provisions of this Order refer to:

  • Additional obligations of permanent establishments relating to the preparation of annual financial statements;
  • Specification on when income and expenditure should be recognised in the Profit and Loss Account;
  • Composition of the acquisition cost of short-term and long-term securities that have not been traded on a regulated market;
  • Further specification on tangible assets and the manner in which expenses related to tangible assets should be recorded;
  • Further specification on the recognition of the receivables taken over through assignment;
  • The manner in which profit tax and other taxes for which prepayments may be made should be recorded in account books;
  • Additional formalities for the registration of State subsidies in account books;
  • Accounting regulation of customer loyalty programmes in the case of entities obtaining revenues from the sale of products and goods, as well as from the provisions of services;
  • Introduction of a new account in the Chart of Accounts, i.e. account 809 – Receivables taken over through assignment.

The Order shall come into full force and effect on 1 January 2014.

ACCOUNTING ALERT by Mazars Consulting / MAZARS ROMANIA

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Simona STEFANESCU

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