TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Last Updated: September 24, 2023
Information and References
The information provided on this web site, herein "Site" developed by SOLIDUS CPA LLC is intended for reference only. The information contained herein is designed solely to provide guidance to the user, and is not intended to be a substitute for the user to seek personalized professional advice based on its particular situation. This site may contain references to laws and regulations which may change over time and should be interpreted only in the light of particular circumstances. Therefore, information on this site does not constitute professional, accounting, financial, tax or legal advice and should not be interpreted as such.
We make reasonable effort to ensure that the information provided is accurate, but we make no warranties, expressed or implied, on the information provided on this site, or about any other website which you may access through this site. As a user you accept the information as is and assume all responsibility for the use of such information.
SOLIDUS CPA, LLC does not warrant that this site, various services provided through this site, and any information, software or other material downloaded from this site, will be uninterrupted, error-free, omission-free, or free of viruses or other harmful components.
Suspension and Termination
If the Client is in breach of either executing or fulfilling adequately and/or in time any of its obligations of any engagement contracted with our firm, SOLIDUS CPA, LLC is entitled to suspend the performance of Services until the Client will have fully complied with its obligations. SOLIDUS CPA, LLC will under all circumstances remain entitled to the payment charges.
Either party may terminate the Agreement by giving a reasonable notice term. Notices must be notified to the other Party by registered mail. In case of immediate termination by Client without observance of the notice term, he/she shall pay a compensation to SOLIDUS CPA, LLC equal to the half of the fees for aforesaid notice term.
The Client is entitled to terminate the Agreement immediately without observance of any notice term and without payment of any compensation to SOLIDUS CPA, LLC, if:
SOLIDUS CPA, LLC fails seriously to perform its responsibilities under the Agreement;
SOLIDUS CPA, LLC is under composition, bankruptcy, winding-up or liquidation.
SOLIDUS CPA, LLC may terminate the Agreement immediately without notice term, without proof of default, without being liable for any compensation whatsoever, and without prior judicial intervention if any of the following occurs:
1. The Client commits a breach of contract, such as, but not limited to, the provision of incorrect or incomplete information to SOLIDUS CPA, LLC, the absence of payment of the fees after sending a formal notice, or the non-respect of the undertakings with regard to SOLIDUS CPA, LLC Website platform;
2.SOLIDUS CPA, LLC is no longer allowed to provide the Client with services as a result of mandatory rules such as, but not limited to, legislation related to the independence of the network of the auditor and anti-money laundering;
3. The Client is under composition, bankruptcy, winding-up or liquidation.
SOLIDUS CPA, LLC will in all circumstances remain entitled to the payments for services performed.
If the Client breaches any of the obligations under the Agreement and there is any claim made or threatened against SOLIDUS CPA, LLC by a third party; the Client shall compensate SOLIDUS CPA, LLC and hold SOLIDUS CPA, LLC harmless for any loss, damage, expense or liability incurred by SOLIDUS CPA, LLC, which results from or arises from or is connected with any such breach and any such claim.
Fees will be established on invoices, items set on bookings. For invoices, additional charges, if any will be based on the complexity of the work to be performed, our professional time incurred, and additional schedules needed plus any out-of pocket expenses. The base fee will depend upon the timely delivery, availability, quality, and completeness of the information you provide.
You agree that you will deliver all records requested and respond to all inquiries made to complete this engagement on a timely basis.
You agree to pay all fees and expenses incurred. Invoices are due and payable upon presentation. To the extent permitted by state law, an interest charge and or a monthly late fee of $25.00 may be added to all accounts not paid within thirty (30) days.
The Client shall pay our charges, without any right of deduction or set-off, within the term indicated on the invoices, but by no means later than thirty (30) days upon receipt of the invoice. Invoices are due upon receipt date by the Client.
All payments are to be made in U.S. dollars.
If Client fails to make payments on the due date, there will be a late fee of $25 per each month the balance is outstanding.
If the Agreement is terminated or suspended, SOLIDUS CPA, LLC will be entitled to payments for services rendered to that time.
Any complaint related to services performed or our charges must be sent in writing to SOLIDUS CPA, LLC, either within 30 days as from the sending date, by SOLIDUS CPA, LLC, of the information and/or documents disputed by the Client, or within 30 days upon discovery of the mistake, provided that the Client demonstrates that such mistake could not have been discovered earlier. Any such dispute does not suspend the Client's payment obligations.
If a complaint is considered to be well-founded, SOLIDUS CPA, LLC may decide:
1. either, to correct, free of any charge, the services performed; (i.e., reports, forms) or
2. to perform again, totally or partially, the services disputed; or
3. to cancel, totally or partially, the engagement with a proportional refund of the charges paid by the Client; or
4. to adjust the amount of the invoice issued.
Complaints need to be made within a period of six (6) months from the moment the client knew of the facts giving rise to said complaint or should reasonably have known thereof.
Circumstances beyond our control
SOLIDUS CPA, LLC is not bound to conduct its obligations mentioned under this Agreement if its enforcement is hindered by an event of force majeure. following circumstances shall be considered as force majeure, without being limitative: a state intervention, weather conditions, breakdowns and disruptions in telecommunication and internet connections, disruptions in (accountancy) software, delay or breach of SOLIDUS CPA, LLC's subcontractors in the performance of their obligations or strikes or similar circumstances which results in the services not being provided or being provided with delay and/or being provided partially. SOLIDUS CPA, LLC is under no obligation to prove that such circumstances were unforeseeable and unavoidable.
We will not respond to any request from banks, mortgage brokers or others for verification of any information reported on tax returns, financial documents or any deliverables provided as part of this Agreement. We do not communicate with third parties or provide them with copies of any information or report.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
This agreement and the relationship between the parties shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the State of Nebraska law.
All the parties agree that the courts of the State of Nebraska are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute (including claims for set-off and counterclaims) which may arise in connection with the creation, validity, effect, interpretation or performance of, or the legal relationships established by, this Agreement or otherwise arising in connection with this agreement and for such purposes irrevocably submit to the jurisdiction of the Nebraska courts.