• Telephone/electronic consultation on current bookkeeping problems (if necessary by their own accountant),
  • assistance in preparation of annual accounts (annual tax return, balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement, other statements, notes and disclosures)


  • Setting up calculations in production,
  • help at setting up internal reporting or creating special reports,
  • optimization of accounting and financial functions,
  • advising at choosing or proper understanding of accounting policies (in major business decisions),


You get all the answers to questions from different fields in one place. We are excellent in as many as 6 markets in Central and Eastern Europe and offer practical solutions for work optimization.


Legal, accounting, tax, financial and business consulting in one place.


All types of consulting in the CEE region in one place. We are proud of the large team of consultants in as many as 14 European countries.


With many years of experience in practice and an active role as lecturers and as authors of professional publications.


We treat all our clients individually, offer them practical solutions and help them optimize their work.


Know-how and experience that stand on an exceptional professional foundation and a thorough knowledge of the challenges you face.


High professionalism is a key factor that influences the selection of an expert for consulting in a particular field and also the trust of clients. The employees of the Unija Consulting confirm their professionalism with both formal education and continuing professional education. More than 100 hours of annual training is well above the European average, ranging between 30 and 40 hours. We are well aware that we can set and maintain high professional standards only with qualified professional staff.


At Unija, we are aware of the importance of a personal approach, so we invite you to meet our experts who take care of your issues and take a look at their achievements.

Frequently asked questions

At Unija, we are aware of the importance of a personal approach, so we invite you to meet our experts who take care of your issues and take a look at their achievements.

Is it necessary to hire you for keeping the business books?

You can also keep business books yourself, and with our consultants you can find out the form of cooperation you need. It can be a monthly possibility to consult a consultant with specific questions or news, it can be a quarterly or annual review of books before compiling balance sheets and annual reports, it can be just compiling or helping to compile all / some financial reports, etc.

Is the accounting policy mandatory?

It is not explicitly determent by either ZGD-1 or accounting standards, although both indirectly refer to this, as each organization adopts its own methods of measuring assets, debts, calculating depreciation, etc. And it’s good to write down your rules of the game somewhere. This strengthens trust in business books and financial statements, maintains the principle of continuity, enables controls and audits, etc. At the same time, these rules also regulate other important issues of organization in the company, such as how to issue and keep documents, records, reports…

For which types of clients do you provide accounting consulting?

For all those who have to keep business books on the basis of law and keep them either on the basis of SAS or IFRS. The principal activity as well as the organizational form is not that important, they can be companies, associations and federations of associations, sole proprietors, foundations…

Is accounting advice possible without an annual or long-term contract?

Of course. Many companies hire us to solve one-time issues and tasks, e.g. only for recalculating leases, making translations of foreign chart of accounts into Slovenian and adapting the Slovenian plan to an international group of companies, only for compiling an internal act, setting up accounting monitoring of a specific project, assistance in introducing innovations in accounting regulations into practice…




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