Each party can terminate this accounting contract by providing 30 days of written notification by authenticated mail to the counterparty. If this contract is terminated, all services provided (but not yet charged) will be billed in accordance with the terms of payment of this contract. The client undertakes to release and compensate the accountant for any damages, except for gross negligence or intentional misconduct committed by the accountant. The client agrees to give the accountant full access to all financial accounts and records. In addition, the client takes full responsibility for the accuracy of existing financial data. This accounting contract is considered effective on the date of production and is extended from month to month until it is terminated by one of the parties. CONSIDERING that the client wishes to retain the accountant of accounting services, the accountant agrees to keep all the customer`s data and information as proprietary, sensitive and confidential information. Therefore, the accountant cannot disclose this information to third parties without the client`s explicit written consent, unless required by law. This accounting contract is entered into by [Sender.Company] (the accountant) and [Client.Company] (customer) from [Contract.CreatedDate]. The accountant makes available to the client a broken bill for every 30 calendar days. Each invoice must be fully paid by the customer within 30 days of receipt.
All expenses or expenses not mentioned in this accounting agreement must be approved in writing by the Client prior to the invoice count. PandaTip: The terms of this contract are common for outsourced accounting services contracts. Of course, we recommend that you have a licensed lawyer reviewed to ensure that your contract meets all legal requirements for the area in which you are doing business. The accountant swears to provide all services to the highest standards defined by the National Association of Accountants and the National Tax Preparers` Association. The client undertakes to hire the accountant as an independent contractor. The accountant is not considered an employee, broker or client representative. The accountant is solely responsible for withholding all applicable taxes on payments made by the customer for services provided in accordance with this accounting contract. AND CONSIDERING that the client undertakes to hire and compensate the accountant as an independent contractor for these services, and the accountant undertakes to provide such services, this accounting contract is governed by the laws of [Sender.State], [Sender.Country]. Therefore, all parties to this contract, taking into account the terms of this accounting agreement, whose receipt, understanding and authorization are duly validated by the electronic signature of both parties, are as follows: The accountant provides the client with the following services: Accounts, credit receivables, general accounting accounting accounting accounting preparation on the main account.