SINCE 1994 (20 years with you and for you)


TEFTER DOO has introduced a new service of consulting which is described on page: In this analysis, you get a lot of useful information about every business entity, its true status, assets, litigation, supplies, etc. All this can help you decide whether or not to make business relation with this company.


When opening businesses and shops, if you decide to REMAIN OUR BOOKKEEPING CLIENTS in the next year, you will receive, free of charge:

1. Preparation of documents for incorporation (contracts or decisions, OP forms, etc.)

2. Processing of signed documents, creating files and sending them to the BRA,

3. Once founded, the preparation of a TAX FILE for the Tax Administration

All these activities are complex requiring good knowledge of the law, as well as the obligations that arise during the founding of a company. 



By following the needs of our clients, and all those who are in private business, we have come to realize that such an action is necessary.

Our FREE CONSULTATIONS are held every Wednesday from 4 to 6 pm.  It is necessary to schedule your appointment via phone or e-mail.

Four categories of people approach us. These are:

1. Those who are starting a business

They have a problem because they do not know what awaits them when they set up a company. They are not aware that at the moment when they establish a company all liabilities begin as well, whether they work or not.  Many have made the mistake and taken out loans to start a business, and while there was money the company existed, when the money ran out, the company disappeared as well.  They failed to create the basis for earning in a very short time period because the subsidies were very small and amounted to around € 1,500.  For any sustainable business endeavor, unless you are a former director of a public company, this sum is too small.

We'll take just one example.  To get the funds you need to get a job in your own company.  Minimum wage is around 24,000 dinars.  Add to that taxes and contributions in the amount of about 60%.  When you look at it this way, this category costs around 38,400 dinars per month.  In addition, there are some categories such as taxes, income taxes and the like.

All of that burdens the budget of a newly formed company.

2. Those who have problems interpreting regulations

Every economy is based on a large number of laws, regulations and related documents governing everything that a country, based on what it has enabled you to do, feels you owe her.  In this mountain of regulations, many are incomplete and can be interpreted in various ways.  All this creates a basis for mistakes that the state authorities do not forgive.  We can say that our legislation is not educational but restrictive.  They do not aim to teach the client how to properly fulfill its obligation, but to, should he fail to do so, penalize him.

For all these reasons, people turn to us with a variety of decisions, warnings, and the like seeking to learn how to interpret what is required of them.  The biggest obstacle to a quality control of the correctness of these documents is the terrible administration that is sometimes months in delay, even years.  When recorded, errors occur frequently which are then corrected in the upcoming months and years. 

3. Those who want to start a new business or improve an existing one

Business, no matter how many do not like to think so, has its own rules.  They are related to two important factors.  One is Legislation, and the other are Technological Processes.  Both factors have to be followed if we want our business to be in line with others.  The implementation of new legislation and technological processes becomes inevitable.

4. Those who have terminated their business but obligations from the past are catching up to them

These are people who have not closed their companies properly, who owe certain institutions without even knowing it.  The problem with our institutions is that the Tax Administration keeps silent about your debt until your debt has become valuable enough to try to collect on.  It sometimes takes years and even up to the statutory limitation.  We have one drastic example of a man who "closed" his shop and went to work in France.  After seven years he returned to find out that his store had not been closed properly and that he owed the State nearly € 10,000.  If you think that he did not pay you are sadly mistaken.  Who falls into the hands of the state can hope for nothing less than to eventually pay off his debt.

People who owe cannot open a company in their own name and soon they will not be able to register a car, etc.  

In all these cases, we explain to people how and in what way to get results in the least painful way.  What they must do, and what they do not need to do, where there are precedents, and where there is room for a better exit strategy.