Accounting Agreement Letter
Either party may terminate this accounting contract by sending a 30-day written notification by registered letter to the counterparty. In the event of a termination object, all services provided (but not yet invoiced) are invoiced in accordance with the payment terms of this agreement. The services are requested by written notification of the customer and his elected officials. All subsequent service requests are subject to the full terms of this billing agreement. This Accounting Agreement may be terminated at any time by the Supplier or Customer if either party does not or does not act in accordance with the full terms of this Agreement. The supplier is considered at all times as an independent contractor. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as meaning or justifying any partnership, joint venture or employer-employee relationship between Supplier and Customer. The supplier does not have the power to enter into or enter into agreements on behalf of the customer and does not give any warranties or representations as such. 9. Insurance and Guarantees.
Both parties declare that they are fully entitled to conclude this agreement. The accountant is committed to providing accounting services in accordance with the ethical standards of the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants. All analyses, recordings, reports and submissions are carried out in accordance with state, local and federal laws. In order for the accountant to start working, an agreement must be signed by the client. This is intended to protect both parties and is most often required by the accountant`s professional liability insurance. Once the order letter is authorized, the accountant can continue to provide services to the client. The Supplier is solely responsible for the payment of taxes resulting from the provision by the Supplier of the accounting services listed in this Contract and subsequent modifications or orders. 17. Global Agreement. The Parties acknowledge and agree that this Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the Parties. In the event that the parties wish to modify, supplement or modify the conditions, they must do so in writing to be signed by both parties. Do not confuse this document with an accounting contract.
Both agreements cover important parts of a business and may appear identical from the outside, especially when the same trader is asked to provide both types of services. However, there are big differences. Accounting deals with the identification, recording and measurement of financial transactions, while accounting synthesizes, interprets and communicates these transactions. . . .