An Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) is an essential document that ensures the proper future implementation of the Transfer Pricing conditions. Download our infographicaand find out what are the characteristics of APA in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine!
Legally recognised corporations in Central and Eastern Europe take on many forms. We have prepared a comprehensive yet clear overview that should help you get familiar with general incorporation requirements and characteristics of a limited liability company in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine.
The frequent regulatory updates, inconsistent changes and rather ambiguous interpretation make employment law in any country the area that is extremely challenging to follow and to stay compliant with. Our latest Handbook shall quickly guide you through the Labour Codes in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine to help you get insights about the most important issues that matter to you when acting as an employer in these countries.
If you are tempted by the raising business opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe, countries such as Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania or Slovakia should definitely rank high in your destinations list.
The transfer pricing matters have been addressed by the CEE jurisdictions already since two decades. Currently, almost all of the countries in CEE have a sophisticated concept of transfer pricing regulations in place. Therefore the transfer pricing has become one of the top issues of the agenda for both – companies and tax authorities.
Discover our latest 2016 Tax Guideline for Poland, prepared by our Accace tax, accounting and legal experts, and benefit from this comprehensive yet concise overview of Polish statutory framework and local entrepreneurial environment.
If you are considering to expand your business activities in Central and Eastern Europe, Romania should be on the top of your destinations list. Thank to its significant economic growth in the last two decades, spurred on by EU accession in 2007, strategic location, competitive taxation system and well-educated and highly skilled workforce Romania counts as one of the most attractive country in the region of CEE.