E-balance sheet and SAP® | 1st edition
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- SKU: 9783941274969
With this book you will get to know the E-Bilanz in connection with the SAP software. Strictly speaking, the e-balance sheet is an attachment to the tax return. Tax valuations in the form of balance sheet and income statement data are to be transmitted electronically to the tax authorities. This...
With this book you will get to know the E-Bilanz in connection with the SAP software. Strictly speaking, the e-balance sheet is an attachment to the tax return. Tax valuations in the form of balance sheet and income statement data are to be transmitted electronically to the tax authorities. This book is your companion when it comes to issues such as legally required taxonomy, SAP general ledger accounting (classic or new) or e-balance sheet software (SAP standard versus possible add-on solutions).
 Motivation and legal requirement. With the Tax Bureaucracy Reduction Act (SteuBAG), the legislator is aiming to make tax collection easier and at the same time to reduce bureaucracy. Get to know the main motives of the state and thus important background information.
 Tax balance sheet taxonomy. A taxonomy is a schema defined by the legislature in which the tax balance sheet data must be reported. Learn more about master data (GCD module) and transaction data (GAAP module)
 Reconciliation statement or posted tax balance sheet? You have to answer this conceptual question for yourself early on. Get to know the advantages and disadvantages of the delta item method and double-entry bookkeeping in the context of tax accounting and SAP systems.
 Potential problem areas. You will learn where to expect potential valuation differences (deferred taxes) between commercial and tax accounts. In addition, it is important to comply with the taxonomy. A clear structure, which is included in the appendix, helps you a lot in practice
 Software selection SAP offers you three options for the E-Bilanz. A list of the solution providers active on the market, as well as four selected application reports, help you decide between a standard solution or an add-on.
- Title: E-Bilanz and SAP®
- Author: Jörg Siebert, Martin Munzel
- Edition: 1st edition
- Published: 1st edition 2011-12-20
- Subject: Economics
- Product Type: Book (Hardcover)
- Product type: Technical book
- Language: German
- Binding: Softcover (paperback)
- Dimensions: 21.0 x 14.8 cm (DIN A5)
- Scope: 108 pages
- Condition: New (shrink-wrapped in foil)
- Keywords: Delta item method, e-balance sheet, e-balance sheet software, GAAP module, GCD module, posted tax balance sheet, SAP, SAP Disclosure Management, SAP commercial balance sheets, SAP general ledger accounting, SAP tax balance sheets, tax BAG, law to reduce tax bureaucracy, tax return, Taxonomy 5.0, §5b EstG, reconciliation
Jörg Siebert has worked directly at SAP in Walldorf for 10 years and has already published books such as The New General Ledger in SAP ERP, Asset Accounting with SAP or the Practical Guide to SAP Financial Accounting.
Martin Munzel was active both as an SAP consultant and as an in-house consultant and therefore has a wide range of practical know-how. His previous publications include SAP Financial Accounting – Customizing.
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