Regulations regarding the Organisation and the Governance of the Accounting by the Legal Persons without Patrimonial Purposes
In our country, the religious cults which, according to the fiscal regulations in force have the status of legal persons without a patrimonial purpose, also carry on economic activities and, consequently, they have the obligation to organise and to govern the accounting, analytically and distinctly, for the activities without a lucrative purpose. According to the provisions of the Order of the Ministry of Finances no. 1969 / 2007 regarding the approval of the accounting regulations for the legal persons without a patrimonial purpose, the religious units of the Romanian Orthodox Church, too, that carry on activities without a patrimonial purpose are under the obligation, according to the law, to administer the double-entry accounting and to draw up financial accounting statements. In this context, the religious units of the Orthodox Church, - except for the Parishes - that is deaneries, the monasteries, the eparchies, the metropolitanites and the Patriarchate, as they belong to the category of legal persons without a patrimonial purpose, according to the law must keep the double-entry accounting.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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