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«My passion is accounting and tax returns» — Miodrag Milic

«My passion is accounting and tax returns».
Miodrag Milic, Accounting Manager of the Groupe Advensys Luxembourg S.A.



Hello Miodrag, how are you ? Could you present yourself?

Hello, my name is Milic Miodrag, I am 31 years old and I have been living in Luxembourg for more than 5 years. I was born in Serbia but grew up and spent all my childhood in Paris. Currently I work as an accountant in Groupe Advensys Luxembourg SA.


Why did you decide to become an accountant?

I love accounting on every point, plus at Groupe Advensys we have a very good team.


How were you recruited in Groupe Advensys?

I was recruited at Groupe Advensys by posting my CV on job search sites on the Internet, I was then contacted for an interview. It went well and I was hired for a few months on a trial period which ended with a permanent work contract.


What are your daily tasks?

On a daily basis, I take care of the accounting (accounting entry) as well as the tax returns and VAT declarations of various companies until the annual accounts are closed. I also realise payslips and necessary statements regarding wages near the common center of social security (CCSS).


What are the difficulties you can encounter in your work?

There are not many difficulties in accounting, I adapt easily to all types of companies. But if clients give us their documents too late for accounting, it can be difficult to complete the balance sheet on time, so we must speed up all the procedures in a short time and without errors.


How did you experience the health crisis (Covid19 ) in your work?

It went well, we’ve organised ourselves to make sure that everything goes well for the entire team and for our clients to get the best possible service in this situation too.


What is the most outstanding work (operation at work) that you have done? Why?

It is always difficult to resume an accounting that has already been started by another firm. For my part, we have succeeded in reducing taxes and debts on various companies following the resumption of their accounting, either by finding errors or omissions in the entry, or by offering the client accounting solutions in order to reduce their taxes.


As an accountant, what’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned over time?

Always keep up with the updates of new laws and changes in taxation. Without the client’s approval, never do administrative procedures or file statements, always have written proof from them.


As you come from France, how do you find Luxembourg?

If I have to compare France to Luxembourg, I would say that Luxembourg is a beautiful country, in addition to the tax advantages and you can say that you feel more safe here.


Do you find the Luxembourg tax system complicated?

Initially yes, but later after learning more about the system, I found that the Luxembourg tax system is quite simple, we no longer encounter a tax problem, plus the tax administrations are always there to help us understand better and move forward in our efforts.





Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions. Good luck in your career.



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"My passion is accounting and tax returns". Miodrag Milic, Accounting Manager of the Groupe Advensys Luxembourg S.A. Hello Miodrag, how are you ? Could you present yourself? Hello, my name is Milic Miodrag, I am 31 years old and I have been living in Luxembourg for more than 5 years. I was born in Serbia but grew up and spent ...

«My passion is accounting» -Andreia Dias

“My passion is accounting”
Andreia Dias, Accountant of the Groupe Advensys Luxembourg S.A.



Hello, how are you ? Could you present yourself?

Hello, I’m fine and you? I am Andreia Dias, I am Portuguese, I live in Wasserbillig and I am an accountant in Groupe Advensys Luxembourg. I love doing fitness, traveling and spending time with my family.


Why did you choose to become an accountant?

I always liked numbers, and when I did my internship in accounting I found out that I loved accounting. During my internship, I found out that it was the profession I wanted for myself.


When and how did you start working at Groupe Advensys? Do you remember your first day? How did you feel? And what has changed for now?

I did my final year internship in Groupe Advensys, after they gave me the opportunity to work with them. I started in February 2017. I remember my first day as if it was today. I felt shy, hesitant and afraid. Today I feel confident and grateful for everything I learned in Groupe Advensys.


Are you happy with your job? What do you value at work?

Yes, I feel comfortable in what I do, my coworkers are very nice, which makes me so happy with my work. I think the most important thing at work is the atmosphere, to have a good atmosphere and to have a boss who shows that he is happy with your work.


What is the most outstanding work (operation at work) that you have done? Why?

The most remarkable work that I have done was when we had to take over the accounting from another company and we found errors, afterwards we managed to modify the client’s balance sheet and he paid less taxes. I feel great satisfaction to help clients to save their money through our service.


How can you describe your clients? Use 3 words.

In general, our clients are very pleasant, very understanding and organised.


As an accountant, what’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned over time?

The big lesson that I’ve learned over the time is that we always need to be informed about every change of the law in order to give the best advice to our clients.


You are Portuguese, how do you find Luxembourg? Luxembourg tax system ?

In my opinion, Luxembourg is the perfect country for work, there are so many opportunities to grow professionally but unfortunately I think that people are always stressed and they do not have enough fun. Luxembourg’s tax system is a little complicated because they have laws for every detail and we need time to learn everything, every small detail.





Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions. Good luck in your career.



#advensys #advensysconseil #luxembourg #weareadvensys #performancematters #smallbusiness #finance #service #staff #work #love #business #motivation #life #achievements



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5 Tips for choosing the perfect accounting firm for you

Choosing the right accountant is one of the most important decisions a small/medium business can make. A good one can save you time and help your business grow; a bad one could cost you much needed money and other problems. Yet with thousands to choose from, it can be a daunting call to make. So, when it comes to selecting and working with an accountant, what are the tips every business owner should follow so as to make the most informed choice?



1. Choose a professional


Obviously, you need to check the qualifications, you have to make sure that they are certified, it’s clear that you need a professional to do your finances. It could be good if they are members of some accounting organizations, associations. That they are active and have good professional reputation.



2. Trustworthy


You have to make sure if you trust them. Try to study some of the cases that they had, maybe even with the similar client’s type like you are (from the same business field). Observe how they communicate with you: are they confident or not, if their answers are based on law, practical cases or just personal thoughts, guesses, or no clear answers at all.
You should be comfortable with them. You need to be aware that it is a stranger that will have all your personal information and be responsible for your funds. Be curious in getting information about your future accounting firm, check their network profiles (Facebook, LinkedIn etc.)



3. Check for testimonials


Make sure that they have the experience and ability to break down complex information and explain it in a way you understand by seeing what other people say about them. Go to their website or social media, there surely will be feedback from clients, hopefully it will be positive. You can also ask them to provide you with the real contacts of existing clients (links for them) to contact them and ask their feedback, opinion. Be critical if you see only perfect feedback that is published once and at the same time.



4. Dedicated


Check if they are serious about their clients and doing their job. A good accounting firm will ask you about all the details and everything they need in order to do the best job that they can. For example, will they contact you immediately if there is a problem or will they just ignore it because they don’t want to be bothered with it. If there is something that isn’t making sense to them in the balance sheet, they should call you so that they can solve the problem the right way. In case of any control (tax control), they have to immediately help you with the assistance.



5. Get someone who’s proactive about saving you money


Some accountants will do little more than manage your accounts and complete your tax return forms, but the best accountants are more proactive. So before choosing an accountant, ask what they could suggest, to save your business money.
For example, what proportion of your operating costs do they think you can offset against tax? If you're a sole trader or consultant, can you offset a percentage of your phone bill, car costs, maybe even rent or mortgage payments? What are the implications of doing so? The accountant should warn you of any pitfalls. For example, using your home as business premises could result in a tax charge levied on the house when you sell it!
Always bear in mind that in most countries there is a big difference between tax avoidance (usually legal) and tax evasion (usually illegal). You need an accountant who knows the details of tax law so well that they'll save you money in legal ways, but not one who takes things too far and risks causing your business to operate illegally.
Be very careful about this, because ultimately, it's you, the business owner, who'll pay the penalty if the law is broken.






Good accountants will help your company grow.
If all of this sounds more like a marriage than a business relationship, there's a good reason for that! Your accountant will become intimately involved with the operation of your company so it’s not a decision to be taken lightly. You will need one you can trust, who has the necessary experience and who will be there when you need them.
Good accountants help companies grow, by managing complex financial work and offering advice on practical business issues. This will be guaranteed to save you money in the short and long term. The best ones will be your partner in all but name – and as long as you choose wisely, you can’t go wrong.



And if you need a good accountant company for your business in Luxembourg and France,just consider studying more about Advensys Conseil.

Choosing the right accountant is one of the most important decisions a small/medium business can make. A good one can save you time and help your business grow; a bad one could cost you much needed money and other problems. Yet with thousands to choose from, it can be a daunting call to make. So, when it comes to selecting ...
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Portage salarial Luxembourg : une solution optimale ?

   Le portage salarial au Luxembourg est LA bonne solution dans des conditions précises. A savoir qu’il n’y a pas de cadre légal clairement défini comme en France mais il est possible utiliser la législation afin d’arriver aux mêmes résultats. Les personnes souhaitant devenir indépendant ou désireux de créer son entreprise, peuvent utiliser cette alternative simple, facile et rapide pour pourvoir facturer ses clients immédiatement.

 

   Cette solution est très intéressante d’un point de vue rapidité car il faut compter plus d’un mois pour créer une simple entreprise au Luxembourg. Il est important de souligner le fait que la majorité du temps perdu et dû au délai administratif. L’indépendant n’ayant pas la possibilité d’attendre un mois voire plus, pourra se tourner vers cette solution alternative et intéressante, qui est le portage salarial au Luxembourg.

 

Le Luxembourg : un pays business friendly

 

   Le Luxembourg est un pays très tourné vers l’entreprenariat. Il est vu comme un pays business friendly permettant de monter des structures juridiques solides tel des SARL, SA et différents fonds d’investissement.

   Un important volume de travailleurs étrangers vienne quotidiennement travailler sur le territoire luxembourgeois pour le compte de banques, de sociétés d’investissement, de fonds d’investissement et pour des grandes compagnies d’assurance. Ces travailleurs peuvent être également résidents de l’Union européenne ou provenant de pays tiers tels que l’Inde et La Chine.

   Il est évident que le Luxembourg s’appuie fortement sur la main d’œuvre frontalière en premier lieu.

   Le pays est constamment à la recherche de main d’œuvre hautement qualifié tels que des informaticiens, des comptables et des personnes maîtrisant bien le domaine des assurances ainsi que de la finance.

   Par souci de flexibilité dû à la crise du COVID-19, beaucoup d’entreprises se tournent de plus en plus vers les indépendants au détriment des recrutements en interne. Ceci permet de développer de nouvelles opportunités entrepreneuriales pour les indépendants hautements qualifiés.

 

Les avantages

 

Les avantages du portage salarial au Luxembourg étant multiple, les plus importants sont :

 

  • Charge sociales moitiés moins élevées que dans les pays frontaliers
  • L’imposition des personnes physiques réduite et prélevées à la source
  • L’avantage d’obtenir les allocations familiales quasiment deux fois plus élevées que les autres pays
  • Un système de santé permettant un remboursement beaucoup plus élevé que les pays frontaliers

 

 

Les conditions

 

   Bien entendu, ces différents avantages sont très attirants mais il est très important de respecter les conditions imposées par les lois Européennes pour travailler en parfaite légalité. Un principe de base à appliquer repose sur l’aspect spatial : l’activité doit être obligatoirement effectué sur le territoire du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg.

 

Les possibilités

 

   Rares sont les entreprises proposant le service de portage salarial au Luxembourg car le cadre juridique il n’est pas clairement défini et l’aspect fiscal n’est pas maîtrisé par la plupart des acteurs.

   De ce fait, notre entreprise se positionne comme partenaire de choix car notre groupe de sociétés « Groupe Advensys Luxembourg S.A » se compose d’un bureau comptable franco-Luxembourgeois fort de plus de 12 ans d’expérience, d’une société de services informatiques et sans compter le nombre important de client luxembourgeois à la recherche de candidat hautement qualifié en finance, en informatique et en comptabilité.

 

   Nous sommes entièrement à la disposition les candidats intéressés par ce service de portage salarial au Luxembourg pour faire une étude approfondie et gratuite et définir ensemble le meilleur choix entre la création de société et le portage salarial.

 

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   Le portage salarial au Luxembourg est LA bonne solution dans des conditions précises. A savoir qu’il n'y a pas de cadre légal clairement défini comme en France mais il est possible utiliser la législation afin d'arriver aux mêmes résultats. Les personnes souhaitant devenir indépendant ou désireux de créer son entreprise, peuvent utiliser cette alternative simple, facile et rapide pour ...
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Luxembourg Tax return for individuals : deduction.

A la base, on a besoin du certificat de tous les revenues du client (revenu provenant de l’étranger inclus) et la liste avec les données personnelles.

 

Le reste dépend de la situation du client.

Par exemple : Les primes d’assurance (déductibles si le siège de l’entreprise d’assurance est au sein de l’Union européenne) et les intérêts débiteurs provenant des prêts de consommation, finançant des voitures etc., la prévoyance-vieillesse (maximum déductible de 3200 EUR par contribuable), l’épargne logement (maximum déductible de 672 EUR par contribuable, sauf pour les contribuables entre 18 et 40 ans, « BHW Bausparkasse », « Wûstenrot Bausparkasse » et « Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall » sont acceptés par l’Administration des Contributions Directes), les cotisations obligatoires, les dons et libéralités (déductibles entre 120 EUR et 1 000 000 EUR) sont à indiquer dans la déclaration fiscale.

 

Advensys Conseil peut vous aider dans vos déclarations fiscales, conseils fiscaux et simulation fiscale.
Vous pouvez nous contacter par email: contact@advensys-conseil.lu et nous vous enverrons toutes les informations et après avoir récupéré vos réponses (par e-mail au format PDF) et tous les documents (scans) selon la liste des documents , nous garantissons une qualité et des services efficaces ainsi qu’une déclaration de revenus remplie avec succès.

 

Joel Spaus,

tax manager of Advensys Conseil.

A la base, on a besoin du certificat de tous les revenues du client (revenu provenant de l’étranger inclus) et la liste avec les données personnelles.   Le reste dépend de la situation du client. Par exemple : Les primes d’assurance (déductibles si le siège de l’entreprise d’assurance est au sein de l’Union européenne) et les intérêts débiteurs provenant des prêts ...
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