Abacus Accounting, S.L.
Madrid Area, Spain
Susanne Rust currently works at Abacus Accounting Susanne studied at Universiteit Maastricht and Susanne is located at Madrid Area, Spain.
Founding Partner at Abacus Accounting
Aranda International Assistance, S.L., Possehl Iberica, S.A.
Drs., Economics@Universiteit Maastricht
Accounting is the measurement, processing, and communication of financial information about economic entities such as businesses and corporations.Accounting can be divided into several fields including financial accounting, management accounting, external auditing, tax accounting and cost accounting. Accounting is a system by which financial information is identified, recorded, analyzed, summarized, and reported for the use of decision makers.An accounting system tracks all the financial activities of an organization, showing when and where money has been spent and commitments have been made. This helps decision making by allowing managers to evaluate organizational performance, by indicating the financial risks and benefits of choosing one strategy over another, and by spotlighting current weaknesses and opportunities
Deloitte, EY , KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers
The Community of Madridis one of the seventeen autonomous communities of Spain. It is located in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula, and of the Castilian Central Plateau. Its capital is the city of Madrid, which is also the capital of the country. The Community of Madrid is bounded to the south and east by Castile–La Mancha and to the north and west by Castile and León. Historically and culturally, the Community of Madrid has belonged to Castile; specifically, to the historical region of New Castile. The Community of Madrid was created for administrative and political reasons, as the seat of the capital of Spain. The Community of Madrid is the third most populous in Spain with 6,369,167inhabitants mostly concentrated in the metropolitan area of Madrid. It is also the most densely populated autonomous community. Madrid's economy is of roughly equal size to Catalonia's, which remains Spain's largest. Madrid thus has the highest GDP per capita in the country.