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Accounting and Taxation (Evening Classes)

The course of specialization in accounting and Taxation is aimed at all professionals who wish to update their knowledge in the areas of accounting and taxation.

This is a course intended to be eminently practical, without neglecting the underlying theoretical foundations to the areas of accounting and taxation.

In the area of taxation aims to achieve the following objectives:

•General Approach of the Portuguese tax system (introduction);

•Ddetailed study of income taxes (IRS and IRC);

•Ddetailed study of the value added tax (VAT);

•Punctual Analysis of other taxes: stamp duty, IMT and IMI;

•The convergence Analysis of the Portuguese tax system in the European context;

•Taxpayer guarantees and tax litigation;

•Tax implications of SNC (Accounting Standardization System).

In the area of Accounting seeks to achieve the following objectives:

•Detailed study of the SNC;

•Interaction with Financial Analysis.

•Identification of major trends of accounting standards;

•Detailed study of international accounting standards (IAS)/Standards International Financial Reporting (IFRS) and SNC counterparts standards, Accounting Standards and Financial Reporting (NCRF);

•Analysis of international convergence process (IASB vs FASB);


1º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
Demonstrações Financeiras e Snc Annual 3.0
Iva Annual 3.0
Harmonização Contabilística Internacional Annual 3.0
Irc Annual 3.0
Sistema Fiscal Internacional Annual 3.0
Concentração de Empresas e Consolidação de Contas Annual 3.0
Análise Financeira e Prestação de Contas Annual 3.0
Contabilização dos Activos e Passivos Annual 3.0
Divulgação da Informação Annual 3.0
Sistema Fiscal Português e Irs Annual 3.0
Avaliação e Contabilização dos Instrumentos Financeiros Annual 3.0
Tendências da Normalização Contabilistica e Normas Int. Contabilidade Annual 3.0
More than professional outputs we intend to update the knowledge of trainees in the areas covered by the course and provide them with greater valences for the exercise of their profession.

Degree in any area of knowledge, with preference for areas of accounting, economics, management and taxation.

Professional experience in these areas.