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Cookies Policy

Cookies Policy

The Accounting Journal


Last update: May 17, 2020

The Accounting Journal publication has been prepared for general guidance on matters of interest only, and does not constitute professional advice. You should not act upon the information contained in this publication without obtaining specific professional advice. No representation or warranty (express or implied) is given as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this publication, and, to the extent permitted by law, The Accounting Journal, its members, employees and agents do not accept or assume any liability, responsibility or duty of care for any consequences of you or anyone else acting, or refraining to act, in reliance on the information contained in this publication or for any decision based on it.


We use cookies on our website to improve your browsing experience and the functionality of the website.

  • What is a cookie.

A cookie is a small file placed in your web browser or application. It has different roles, from security to authentication or traffic monitoring. Lifespan is variable, depending on what it is used for. The website plants such information in your web browser for:

Keep your authentication (when you logged in, from where what browser and operating system you use) This way you can always have access to an overview of your authentications and you can always authenticate a device that you think is not used by you. We also use this technology to protect your account from fraudulent cookie injections and to stop password-breaking attacks by counting how many failed authentications have been made, where this has been attempted.

What browser you use, what operating system you use, or what resolution your monitor has

What exactly are you looking for on the website to give you interesting ads for you

  • We use cookies for:

As we have shown, the most important role of a cookie is the functionality of the website, its security and the timely detection of any attempt to use fraud.

We try to understand your interests in order to present you interesting solutions (including interesting advertisements for you)

Creating anonymized statistics on website visitors to know a load of resources in order to continuously optimize the requirements for our servers and Internet connections

Optimizing your experience on the website, automatic reminder of your preferences, so that you do not have to make different settings every time you access the website

We can, within the applicable laws, connect the data received from cookies with other information obtained from legal sources (e.g. online accounts, information about the use of services, etc.).


Every time you enter our website you can create a long-term cookie that will be stored in your web browser, a cookie that will be read by us or our partners when you return. At the same time, there are short-term cookies that are automatically deleted after you leave the website or after a short period of time.

Many web browsers give you the opportunity to decide for yourself whether or not to accept cookies. But, as shown below, cookies are necessary for the operation of the services, therefore it is possible that the website will not work at all for you. In any case, using the preferences in the web browser you can decide for yourself which cookies you accept and which you do not.

2.1. Cookies used by the Company

Absolutely necessary cookies

These types of cookies are necessary so that you can use certain parts or all parts of the site. For example, the cookies used for authentication to create sessions. If you delete or refuse these cookies, you will not be able to authenticate, being cookies that are used to secure access to information intended strictly for authenticated persons. At the same time, such a cookie gives you the opportunity to access the data in your account, data protected from being read fraudulently.

Functionality cookies

When you make certain settings on our website, they may be saved under cookies. If you delete these cookies or refuse them, each time you enter our website you will have to make the settings again.

Analytical and performance cookies

It is important for us, but also for you, to know how many users come to us on the website, what are the hours of the day and the days of the week of maximum loading, to know how much time you spent with us on the website. Why? Because this way we can offer you the maximum performances and based on these analyses we will know how to offer you a maximum of satisfaction with us on the website. We will also find out with such cookies that they do not work well and we will be able to correct any problems

Marketing cookies and target advertising

When you visit our website, by using this type of cookie we find out what your preferences are. This way, instead of seeing ads that have nothing to do with what you need, you will see ads on our website that are completely random. For example, you are interested in the subject of cars, but you will receive advertisements with dolls if you refuse marketing cookies and advertising with the target audience. We use both our own cookies and cookies from other entities to ensure that you have a good experience from this point of view.

Information on the cookies used on our website – without being limited to the list (for each site, the information can be found on the respective website.

2.2. Third-party cookies

Advertising cookies – some advertisements on our website are distributed by other legal companies. Some companies use their own cookie system. These companies have their own cookie policy system, we have no decision-making power in these companies. We recommend that you read their cookie policy on the internet addresses of these companies.

Analytics to monitor traffic and requirements for our website. We recommend that you read the cookie policy of these sites carefully.


Many web browsers let you choose which cookies you leave and which you don’t, or if you don’t leave any cookies. We remind you that if you block cookies it is possible that our website may have certain malfunctions. In any case, you have the freedom and right to delete these cookies at any time (in part or in full). If the site becomes inaccessible and you still want to access it, you can review the cookie policy and leave the necessary ones.

We remind you that if you do not keep the cookies for authentication you will not be able to access your account, the cookies offering a high degree of security.

You can always request all the data regarding you from our website by email at info@theaccountingjournal.com. The data will be deleted within 28 days of receiving the email from you. An exception is made when a dispute arises. The retention of your personal data will be kept by the Company throughout the dispute until a final and irrevocable solution of the dispute. At the same time we will contact you for this. The data may also be kept at the request of the authorities legally entitled to request this for a period established by them.

You can find more information about cookies at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.


This Cookies Policy may be updated by the Company

The company will inform Visitors about updates through a new Cookie Policy. Please visit our website as often as possible to be up to date with the changes

The Cookie Policy is applicable from the date of publication on the website.


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