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会社設立に際して作成する資料

  • 登記申請書(法務局指定フォーム)

  • OCR用申請用紙または磁気ディスク(CD-R)

  • 払込証明証

  • 発起人決定書

  • 取締役就任承諾書

  • 代表取締役就任承諾書 etc...

すべて作成を代行いたします!

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ご要望に合わせた価格設定で皆様を応援致します

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しっかりコース

記帳はお任せしたい、面談も隔月でお願いしたいという方

事務所内の業務効率化などにより、安い価格で中小企業や個人事業主のお客様を応援しております。ご要望にあわせて価格設定が可能ですので、お気軽にご相談ください。

ASA

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補助金アドバイザーとしても活躍中

まつした会計事務所では、補助金に関するご相談もお受けしています。

Accreditation support organization

経営革新等支援機関(認定支援機関)です

中小企業庁が認定する「経営革新等支援機関」であり、中小企業や個人事業主のお客様の経営支援を得意としています。「経営力強化融資」など、「経営革新等支援機関」の資格が必要となる融資も対応できます。

IT

ITに強い税理士です

クラウド会計ソフト(freeeやMFクラウド)はもちろん、Google DRIVEやDropboxによるデータを受け渡し、エクセルやCSVでの情報提供など、IT技術を積極的に取り入れています。

昨今の状況を受け、ZOOM・slack・Hangoutsによるテレミーティングも行っております。

Certified Public Accountant

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公認会計士として上場企業相手の仕事もしてきたため、会社を大きくするための事業計画やM&A、資金調達などのご相談にも対応できます。ASA(Accuracy:正確さ、Speed:スピード、Analysis:数字の分析)を重視した対応を心がけています。

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大阪兵庫を拠点とするお客様が中心です。

税理士業務には日ごろのコミュニケーションが大切であること、お客様からのご相談にはすばやく対応できることから、大阪・兵庫を拠点とされるお客様が中心です。

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(平日 9:00~17:30)

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FAQ

よくある質問

Building a Support System: Seeking Help


It is common for people to leave a relationship only to return because they didn’t find support. Part of your planning includes building a support system to help you through the changes you want to make. Choose people for your support system who you feel safe with and who will protect your privacy – those who will not betray your confidence or tell your abuser or others what you have told them. The people in your support system are an important resource for you. They will help you stay safe and strong as you make changes in your life. These people need to understand that sharing any information about you leaving the abuser can place you in serious danger. At the time of leaving an abusive situation, you are at an extremely high risk for a lethal assault. Please be extra cautious. The people in your support system will help you in different ways. Friends and family members might be good listeners and emotional helpers. They might watch your children while you attend appointments. They may be able to provide you with a safe place to stay or other basic needs. People from service organizations or other professionals can help you stay calm and focused so that you can follow through with your safety plan. They can intervene during a crisis. They can let you know about other programs and services that could assist you or they can help you through legal processes. The ways in which a support system can help will depend on your needs. Be clear about what you need from each person and what they can expect from you. Above all else, do not be ashamed or afraid to ask for help. People who care about you want you to be safe. Stay connected with your support system through phone calls, emails, texts, or visits in person. Tell someone from your support system when you come and go from home or appointments. Communication like this can help keep you safe. Create a safety code word that you can use in emergency situations. Share this code word with your support system and make sure that your system knows what to do if you use this word. Should they phone the police? Meet you somewhere? Come to where you are? If someone in your support system is unable to reach you and is concerned that you are in danger, they should call the police.




Preparing to Leave


You may face obstacles and challenges as you prepare to leave your relationship. For example, you could be faced with pressures that might lead you to believe that ending the relationship is wrong. Your family or community might try to convince you that you are disgracing the family name. It may seem that there is no one to ask for help and that you are without support. You may feel that you are being judged for wanting things to change. Maybe you believe that people will look down on you. You may be afraid for your safety or fear that no one will support you when you leave. You might think it is easier to stay than to leave. You may be worried about having enough money or being able to find a place to live. These fears are all valid. Your safety plan is your guide to leaving the abuse. Your safety plan should include what you will take with you, where you can go, and who you can contact for help. While you should try to make your safety plan as solid as possible, leave some room for flexibility in case the situation changes. Sometimes things come up at the last minute. Having a backup plan and leaving room for change will make things easier.




Financial Planning


Leaving the abuser might mean there is a change in the amount of money you have or receive. Having money to purchase food, gas, pay the phone bill, or find a place to live are all things you need to consider. Do not let the fear of not having money keep you in an unsafe situation. More often than not the abuser has made you feel that you are dependant on them; that without their help, you would not survive financially in the world. As part of your planning, you can make a budget and research options for income or income assistance. Organizations and people in your support system can help you apply for jobs or government support programs, work with you to create a budget, and teach you how to manage money. Here are some things to consider to gain financial freedom from your abuser and to build greater financial stability: Know where you stand It is helpful to know where you stand financially. Knowing your sources of income, bank account balances, property owned (house, car, cabin, etc.), monthly expenses and any debts owed (mortgage, line of credit, credit cards, loans) will give you a better picture of how financially secure you are and help you to consider your options. Who to contact?

  • Bank or Credit Union: if possible, choose a different bank or location from the one the abuser uses

  • Ministry of Social Services – Financial Assistance Saskatchewan Client Services Centre 1-866-221-5200 (toll free) 1-866-995-0099 (TTY); www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/family-and-social-support/financial-help

  • Band Office

  • Trusted friends or family members




Legal Issues


You have the legal right to be protected from abuse and violence. Talk to a service provider or someone in your support system for advice on affordable or free legal supports and services. Legal aid, pro-bono legal clinics, and community organizations are great resources. There are options to protect you, your children, and your property (including pets). There are a number of criminal and civil actions that you can take depending on your situation. Two of the most common are:

  • Peace Bond: If you have a real fear that you may be harassed or abused, you can get protection from the courts in the form of a Peace Bond. A Peace Bond is a promise made in court by the abuser to "keep the peace" for a certain length of time. The abuser must also obey any other conditions the court might add. As long as the conditions of the Peace Bond are met, the abuser will not be charged with a criminal offence.
  • Emergency Intervention Order (EIO): An EIO is a court order and can include things like removal of the abuser from the home, supervision by a police officer as you or the abuser pack up personal belongings from the home, or a condition that the abuser cannot contact you, your children, or your family. EIOs can be requested in an emergency situation when evidence of violence exists. EIOs can be issued 24/7. Police officers, victim service coordinators, and mobile crisis workers can help you apply for an EIO.
Who to contact?
  • Legal Aid 1-800-667-3764; www.legalaid.sk.ca
  • Community Legal Services for Saskatoon Inner City Inc. (CLASSIC) – Saskatoon 306-657-6100; www.classiclaw.ca
  • Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan 1-855-833-PBLS (7257) (toll free); www.pblsask.ca
  • Lawyer Referral Services, Law Society of Saskatchewan – Regina 306-569-8242; www.lawsociety.sk.ca
  • Victim Services 1-888-286-6664 (toll free) or 1-866-445-8857 (TTY)
  • Your local police service (RCMP, municipal, or First Nations)




Ready, Set, GO


Leaving is one of the hardest decisions you will ever make. There is no right or wrong way to leave an abusive relationship. Keep safety as your top priority and when it’s time, just leave. Don’t doubt yourself or your decisions. It will be a long journey and it won’t be easy, but it will be worth it.





 

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代表者ご挨拶

はじめまして、まつした会計事務所です。大阪・梅田で2007年に開業して早12年たちました。

​消費者ニーズの多様化、技術の目まぐるしい進歩、人件費の増大、為替の変動など、経営環境が目まぐるしく変化する昨今、経営者の皆様も常に変化することを求められ、ますます難しいかじ取りが要求されております。

​最近ではコロナによる経済活動への影響が深刻になっており、手元資金の確保などに奔走されているとお察しします。

まつした会計事務所では、日常の記帳代行や税務申告といった基本業務はもちろん、

皆様の「数字」を見ることで「そう、それ!」と喜んで頂けるようなアドバイスや

問題提起をできるよう、日々研鑽しております。

ぜひとも私たち「まつした会計事務所」にご期待ください。

​代表 税理士・公認会計士 松下洋之

代表者略歴

1998年3月 私立洛星高等学校 卒業

2003年3月 京都大学 経済学部 経済学科 卒業


2003年4月 朝日監査法人(現:有限責任あずさ監査法人)大阪事務所 入所監査部門へ配属され、主に上場企業の監査業務を行う。


2007年7月    あずさ監査法人 退所  

 

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