Our "2017 Tax Guideline for Hungary" shall provide you with a concise outline of the legal framework and most important statutory conditions for doing business in Hungary. We trust it shall provide you the necessary information about Hungarian business environment and its statutory framework. Should you require more information feel free to come back to us anytime.
If you are tempted by the raising business opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe, countries such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia or Ukraine should definitely rank high in your destinations list.
Despite the difficult time for the Ukrainian economy, the country continues to have investment potential in the agribusiness sector, energy and IT sector. Download our "2017 Tax Guideline for Ukraine"and find out more about the local business environment!
There are no limitations for foreign investors when it comes to setting up companies. A foreign natural or legal person may establish any form of company either together with other foreign or Czech persons, or alone as a sole shareholder. Find out more in our 2017 Guide: Company Formation in the Czech Republic!
Transfer pricing rules are the applicable regulations for transactions between related parties as defined by the Hungarian Act on Corporate Income Tax (CIT). Download our "2017 Transfer Pricing Overview for Hungary" for more information or simply contact our experts in Hungary if you need any additional support!
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.
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 main types of companies in Poland are Partnerships (Registered Partnership, Professional Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Joint-Stock Partnership) and Capital companies (Limited Liability Company, Joint-Stock Company). There are also 2 other alternatives (Branch and Sole Proprietorship), but special conditions apply. Find out all details about each of these forms of business in our 2017 Guide: Company Formation in Poland!
Download our 2017 Guidelines for details about the statutory framework and local entrepreneurial environment in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine! We have prepared for each country: