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  • Outsourcing of all accounting services
  • Accounting revision and monitoring
  • Accounting analysis
  • Setting-up of accounting and administrative organization
  • IFRS
  • Consolidated financial statements
  • Setting-up of analytical accounting statement
  • HR services

Accounting in Morocco 

Morocco’s accounting and auditing framework is inspired by the International Accounting Standards (IAS). The structure of accounts in Morocco is drawn on the French model. The accounting law requires that any entreprise have to establish financial statement at the end of each financial year. Financial statements consist of a profit and loss account, a statement of recognised gains and losses, a balance sheet, a cashflow statement and related notes. The financial statements are usually required to be filed within 3 months of the end of the financial period.

Summary reports include:

  • The balance sheet
  • The profit and loss account
  • Usefulness and limitations of income statement
  • The cash flow statement
  • The additional information report

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