With the detailed financial log, each company and every employee can always have an overview of their finances. Services such as tire changes, oil changes or repairs are not charged directly from the account. Instead, the company now receives an invoice, which must be paid within 7 days. If an invoice is not paid, the company receives a reminder in the mailbox. After 3 more days, a penalty will be imposed, which will be deducted from the account together with the invoice amount.
Companies have the possibility to borrow loans. You can first select how much money you want, then you can request credit offers. The maximum possible loan rate depends on the income of the company in the last month and on the number of buses of the company. Loan offers are always different and vary in duration and interest rate. The company has to decide which offer is the best for it.
It is also possible for companies to get an insurance. They pay a part of the bus repair costs. There are always different insurance offers available, which always change after 1-2 weeks again. It is the task of the companies to find the most appropriate insurance for their company (in terms of service, costs and duration). The duration of an insurance is generally 2-5 weeks. It is automatically renewed if the insurance is not terminated by an authorized employee.
Every company has to report the revenue and the expenses of the last month in form of a tax declaration once a month for the tax office. From this, the taxes for this month are calculated. In order to avoid a very high tax bill every month, each company has an extra account for tax reserves. A percentage determined by the company is automatically used as a tax reserve. If a company has more tax reserves than it has to pay for the month, the surplus reserves are repaid.
If a company makes false statements about its revenues / expenses, it can save taxes, but it can also happen (with bad luck) that the company has to pay a high penalty for tax evasion.