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Miklós Héhn, Partner, Head of accounting

Miklós Héhn

Partner, Head of Accounting Services

As head of accounting services, he has been leading RSM Hungary Zrt's accounting services practice since 2007. He is a qualified economist, registered chartered accountant and tax advisor. As head of accounting services, he is responsible for work organisation and the professional supervision and training of the staff as well as for ensuring compliance with the highest quality standards. He is in daily contact with the company's customers, thus he has both direct and indirect understanding of the tasks and issues arising in business practices concerning accounting, taxation and the economic and financial position of companies.

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Miklós Héhn's posts

Miklós Héhn

New rules of prescribing and accounting of dividend

Although the change has been in force for over a year, those who did no prepare an interim report (for example, because of the payment of dividend advance) are only faced with the relating practical tasks now in the period of preparation of financial statements.

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Miklós Héhn

Hungarian Branch Offices of Foreign-Registered Companies

Regarding the establishment, operation and dissolution of Hungarian branch offices of foreign-registered companies, the rules of the Accounting Act pertaining to entrepreneurs shall be applied.Branch offices are obliged to maintain accounting records and financial statements in the same way as independent companies.

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Miklós Héhn

How shall we keep and store electronic invoices?

Electronic invoicing is a promising solution for smaller companies too (as I have pointed out in my post Major opportunities presented by electronic invoicing, as for now, available only in Hungarian). However, the administration and archiving of e-invoices is also especially important. A summary of information on these matters follows below.

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