Reassess your non-current assets
The revaluation makes it possible to companies with difficulties to boost up their principal capital, thus permitting them to increase their indebtedness capacity.
The higher the debt ratio is, the more firms tend to proceed toward upwards revaluation of their non-current assets, for a final objective which is to satisfy the requirements of bankers.
The upward revision of the value of assets leads to an increase in the depreciable base. Therefore implying an increase in future depreciation.
Subsequently, the revaluation impacts directly the tax plate, and therefore reduces the tax amount that is owed by the company.
In order to allow you to avoid withdrawal and to profit from economic advantages, our intervention will consist in accompanying you in the definition of:
- The field of application of this legal revaluation in your company;
- The technical aspects of this legal revaluation in your company;
- The accounting treatment of this revaluation in your company;
- The tax treatment of this revaluation in your company.