ADD & SUBTRACT HELPS YOU throughout the process


Are you going to liquidate a limited company? Liquidation is a common way to wind up a company. We can handle the whole process to liquidate a company, communicate with shareholders, liquidate assets and liabilities, produce documentation and the final statement of accounts.

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ADD & subtract – more than just accounting


The tax system is constantly changing. We offer professional advice on corporate and private taxation.

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We will give you competent help with accounting, payroll services, annual accounts, income tax returns, financial control, analyses, company registration matters, etc.

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Our chartered and approved accountant acts as a sounding board and will help you develop your company and business concept in the long term.

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Payroll services

We will help you with payroll accounting, paying salaries, retirement annuities, and statements of earnings and deductions for employees, etc.

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Organisation & financing

We produce routines to make the work with the company’s finances easier on many levels and propose solutions for improved liquidity and higher earnings.

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We can handle the whole process of liquidating a company, including communication with shareholders, liquidation of assets and liabilities, production documentation and preparation of the final statement of accounts.

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Family business matters

We can help in all the company stages: setting up, questions about partnership, restructuring, mergers, sales, liquidation, etc.

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As a new business owner, keeping track of bookkeeping and various taxes is often no easy task. If your goal is rapid growth, it’s better to let us take care of these matters so you can focus on your core business ideas and activities.

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Housing cooperatives

Add & Subtract has offered packaged solutions for the financial management of housing cooperatives for many years. Our service makes it easier for the board and members to manage the cooperative’s finances and taxation, in addition to board members’ responsibilities.

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