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Adding Missing Evidence To Transactions

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Published at 23 September 2023

Managing business reporting effectively is essential for any freelancer or company when it comes to regulation, tax and accounting. It's something businesses can’t avoid doing, but often feels like a chore and can take a huge amount of time.

One vital aspect of this process is adding missing evidence to transactions to ensure accurate record-keeping and smooth tax filing. Why is this so important? By adding photos or files of invoices to transactions, you can provide evidence of what you spent or the source of funds for credit transactions.

Doing this correctly allows your accountant (or yourself) to validate transactions, complete tax returns and report on your business. To simplify this process and save you and your accountant valuable time, Rauva offers a seamless solution that streamlines adding missing evidence to transactions, which you can out find more about here.

In Portugal, it is a legal requirement to retain physical receipts for ten years. However, your accountant does not need to have access to the physical receipts. As long as you keep them safe, your accountant can process your tax returns using the report from Rauva, which includes all the necessary evidence and the respective digital file of these documents, if you follow the steps mentioned above.

With Rauva you can manage this process with just a few clicks. Streamline your transaction management and simplify tax filing with Rauva's efficient solution. By adding missing evidence, you ensure accurate records and comply with legal requirements effortlessly. Try Rauva today and experience a hassle-free way to manage your business transactions.

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Rauva is partnered with Swan who will be providing all payment services to Rauva clients. Rauva does not have access to client funds. Funds are kept in accounts provided by Swan, held in BNP Paribas. Swan is an EMI, based in France, supervised, and regulated by ACPR/Banque de France. Swan is authorized to carry out such services in Portugal and registered with Banco de Portugal under the registration number 7893.