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March 30, 2015
Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy & Alliance

Since January 1, 2014, statutory rules in France require all companies subject to tax in that country and under audit by French tax authorities to produce audit documentation in the prescribed electronic format. This FEC (Fichier d'Ecritures Comptables) audit file is to contain data of all accounting transactions for a given fiscal year for certain products (Article L.47 AI of the Tax Procedure).. Even if you have not been notified of a tax audit, you should create and archive such files and make them available to auditors when asked for them. Some large companies are permitted to report balances on a summarized level, without providing transaction details.

PeopleSoft delivered this files, more information could be found in Generating French FEC Audit Files

December 17, 2013
By The Ataway News Team

Ataway is pleased to announce the launch of our new French-language website! Please visit the site at

Nouveau site

Ataway est heureux d'annoncer le lancement de notre nouveau site en français! Vous pouvez le visitez à

July 12, 2013
By Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy and Alliance

A new program to revise the current tax audit rules and procedures will extend to all taxpayers in France beginning in 2014. Will your business be prepared for the switch?

Today, almost all companies keep their accounts on a computer. The last French government supplementary budget for 2012, published on December 29, substantially amends the rules of tax audits for companies that keep their accounts on a computer. The new regulations will go into effect January 1, 2014, and any company with a computerized accounting system that is subject to a tax audit will be required to transmit its data administration in the form of computer files.

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