Accounting in Bulgaria
Up-to-date information and background knowledge can help support and grow your business internationally. On this page you can access a range of articles, books and online resources providing quick links to information such as accounting standards, GAAP comparisons and background knowledge.
Accounting Standards Updates by Jurisdiction: Bulgaria
Updates from Deloitte's IAS Plus service.
Accountancy associations and groups
For regional organisations and networks, see our list of international accountancy bodies.
Guides and resources
Overview of the accounting requirements in force on January 31, 2013 per entity type
Information collated by the European Commission and EY as part of a wider Accounting guide for SMEs published in 2015. Tables summarise accounting practices for medium-sized, small-sized and micro entities across EU countries, covering requirements for:
- legal entity name
- size thresholds
- accounting systems
- accounting framework
- recording of financial transactions
- components of financial statements
- management report
- publication of financial statements.
Structure and organisation of the accountancy profession across 30 European countries
Survey conducted by the Federation of European Accountants (FEE) with profiles of individual countries, including Bulgaria. The profiles, published in 2012, cover:
- professional bodies
- market access for resident professionals, professionals from other EU member states and professionals from other countries.
Use of IFRS standards by jurisdiction: Bulgaria
Country profile prepared by the IFRS Foundation with notes on the extent of IFRS application, relevant jurisdictional authority, IFRS endorsement and translation of standards.
ICAEW contact members
Contact member in Bulgaria
ICAEW’s network of Contact Members around the world are a point of contact for enquiries and act as ambassadors in promoting ICAEW's strategy and brand in each region.
Articles and books in the Library collection
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