Something to read accustomed to European methods of accounting and document management to understand the Russian specifics?

The Russian standards for accounting and document management are known to largely differ from the usual. A simple example: we all just "invoice" (aka "texture"), in Russia invoice, invoice, invoice, bills and all that. I would like to more or less understand what was happening, how, in what circumstances and why.

The question of interest in the context of a small organization, but a "proper" joint European-Russian Internet-shop (with a branch in Russia - Russian legal entity).
September 26th 19 at 12:00
3 answers
September 26th 19 at 12:02
Hire a accountant.
Listen to courses accountant
ITP resources accountants
I would like just [a link to] a small article, which in brief was explained highlights. - Maxie_Wym commented on September 26th 19 at 12:05
September 26th 19 at 12:04
Not necessarily an accountant, is easier to apply to the registrars of Russian legal entities(and those, even if they don't keep the books, so usually cooperate with accounting firms).
In the simplest case, in Russia two counterparties(both USN) entered into a contract for services:
Contracting party 1 invoice
counterparty 2 pays the invoice(payment system in Bank statement..)
Further, at the end of works, signed a joint certificate of completion. All...

But these options will be few, depends on the contract(services,delivery, etc..) and
the type system of taxation for the contractors.
September 26th 19 at 12:06
If the question is just in the primary, use online services, they quickly create a full package of documents. In General, now have a unified form of invoice type, invoice schett and act in a single document.

Find more questions by tags E-commerceElectronic bookkeeping