Actuarial Evaluation of Severance Benefits

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Actuarial Evaluation of Severance Benefits

We conduct comprehensive actuarial evaluations, enabling companies to comply with international accounting standards regarding actuarial liability (severance indemnities), cost allocation for the upcoming accounting period, and determination of actuarial gains or losses.

Service scope

The evaluation encompasses the following key aspects:

Determination of costs, liabilities, and other actuarial values at the time of evaluation, such as the service cost at the beginning of the year and the obligation for projected benefits.

Calculation of the unrecognized net transitional liability (amortization liability) at the time of evaluation, following the corresponding amortization plan.

Development of the periodic net cost for the next accounting period, detailing each of its components and providing an estimation for the following year.

Reconciliation of the net financial position of the plan, providing a clear view of its current state.

Computation of the expected benefits payable during the upcoming annual period.

Determination of actuarial gains or losses during the evaluated period.

Projection of the net financial position for the next period.



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International Accounting Standards (IAS) are a set of accounting standards and principles issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) that provide a global framework for the preparation and presentation of financial statements. These standards aim to establish a common and understandable set of accounting standards that can be consistently applied worldwide, facilitating the comparability of financial statements across different entities and jurisdictions.

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