Publication in the Diário da República: Despacho nº 13772/2014 - 12/11/2014
15 ECTS; 3º Ano, 2º Semestre, 180,0 TP
- Carlos Fernando Calhau Trigacheiro
- Daniel Ferreira de Oliveira
- Carla Maria Freitas dos Santos Joaquim
There are no formally defined prerequisites.
However, it is important for students to have a good knowledge of accounting and taxation matters.
At the end of the course the students should have a practical overview of the profession of chartered accountant, particularly accounting and tax matters.
They should also familiarise themselves with the code of ethics for the profession through simulation.
1. Aims of the Entrepreneurial Simulation
2. Create a business activity
3. Simulate situations that enable the record of transactions and compliance with legal obligations over a full financial year
4. Preparation and analysis of financial statements
5. Accountability to the shareholders
6. Obligations under the Code of the commercial register
7. Tax compliance
Assessment is continuous throughout the semester with several assessment tasks.
Students who do not attend to the required number of classes or who do not obtain a pass must sit a practical examination.
- Baptista da Costa, C. e Correia Alves, G. (2013). Contabilidade Financeira. Lisboa: Rei dos Livros
- Novais, J. e Cardoso, P. e Araújo, D. (2013). Manual de Prestação de Contas nas Sociedades Comerciais. Lisboa: Vida Económica
- Rodrigues, R. e Rodrigues, A. e Borges, A. (2010). Elementos de Contabilidade Geral. Lisboa: Áreas Editora
- Tributária e Aduaneira, A. (0). Informação Fiscal. Acedido em 19 de fevereiro de 2017 em https://www.portaldasfinancas.gov.pt
Classes are essentially practical, oriented to the development of commercial activity and the corresponding accounting and tax processing.
There are also some theoretical sessions to review and update the knowledge acquired in other modules.
Software used in class