Professional property accounting and tax advice from a single source: KRIEGER Real Estate Accounting
Our integrated approach enables us to offer our clients comprehensive advice and accounting with a focus on real estate. In doing so, we also draw on the expertise of our in-house real estate experts, among others.
The aim of our property accounting and related services is to respond to the individual needs of our clients and to develop a tailor-made solution.
Our range of services includes the following in detail:
- Taking over monthly or quarterly property accounting
This includes the booking of current business transactions within the company which are not recorded in the property management. If there is no property management, we are also happy to take over the booking of all business transactions. All invoices incurred at property and company level are thus recorded in the bookkeeping. In addition, we determine the input tax rates on the basis of the current letting activities. This means that we put the total lettable area of the building in relation to the lettable areas of taxable or tax-exempt tenants in order to be able to subsequently determine how high the input tax deduction of the respective lettable property is.
Professional and complete accounting includes, in particular, the preparation of the monthly or quarterly advance VAT return as well as keeping track of VAT obligations, for example in the case of vacant premises. We also prepare registers for you in accordance with § 15a UStG.
We are happy to support you with your individual projects.
Due to our many years of experience with national and international clients, we are also able to look after large real estate companies with a broad portfolio.
Within the framework of cash management, we take over the monitoring of your liquidity flows with the aim of securing and maintaining your solvency.
Our main task in cash management is the processing of payment transactions. This includes, among other things, checking invoices as well as entering invoices into the banking system with a subsequent release process at our clients.
When checking individual invoices, we also prepare a liquidity plan for our clients at the same time, so that it can be ensured that liquidity is sufficiently secured and that liquid funds continue to be available within the company to the best possible extent, for example by taking advantage of cash discounts.