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.
Our 2016 Tax Guideline for the Czech Republicshall provide you with a concise outline of the legal framework and most important statutory conditions for doing business in the Czech Republic. It provides further details about the tax rates, filing deadlines, deductions, allowances international aspects, anti-avoidance rules and much more.
Our 2015 Transfer Pricing Ukraine Overview outlines the basic knowledge about the transfer pricing regulations that matter to your business in Ukraine, covering: the applicable legislation and administrative guidance, determination of controlled parties, applicable transfer pricing methods, advance pricing agreements, documentation requirements, deadlines, penalties and other crucial areas.
Would you like to know how to optimize the costs of car in your business? Our specialists have prepared an overview of the core tax and accounting regulations applicable when purchasing and/or using a car for business purposes in Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic.
The latest issue of The Outsourcing Journal Special Editions is published on the occasion of the ITO&BPO GERMANY FORUM 2014, which took place on October 1st in Berlin. At the forum attendees were not only discussing current ITO and BPO market conditions for Germany, but also opportunities to tap the potential of Germany for both: new business in IT and Business Processes and as location for national and international service delivery centers.
Did you know that Romania is in top 3 best response time concerning the registrations in the Commercial Register? Accace, one of the main outsourcing and advisory company in Central and Eastern Europe, updates the survey prepared last year. See what changes occurred since last year, by accessing the infographic.
Bucharest, September 17, 2014 – At regional level, Romania is among the countries with the highest limitation of deductions for some expenses, such as those for fuel, sponsorship or private insurance for employees, while states such as Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia grant higher or even total deductions for these types of expenses.
One of the main priority fields of the Hungarian Government in relation to the 2014-2020 European fund programming period is the development of the expertise knowledge‑based economy. This means – amongst others –, that research and development & innovation (R&D&I) activities, as well as strategic R&D co-operation agreement with both companies and research institutes will be significantly expanded.
From the characteristics of local taxation system, social and health securities, to the main investment advantages and minimum establishing requirements, here are the top 5 essential information of which an investor should be aware when opening a business in countries such as Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania or Slovakia: