Employees can be posted abroad by a Ukrainian company, in the same way as they can be posted to Ukraine from a foreign company. The following eBook brings you towards information concerning minimum legislative requirements, obligations related to posting employees, also the working conditions.
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!
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.
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.
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: