Having a Central and Eastern European (CEE) background and over 8 years of experience in helping our clients launch or expand their business, we are constantly up to date with the challenges raised by the regional business environment and therefore ready to overcome them whenever they occur.
As a first step in understanding what are the Central and Eastern European (CEE) characteristics in 2014, we are introducing our latest regional guideline comprising essential information provided by experts in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia:
- Legal Forms of Business
- Social and Health Security
- General Comments on Labor Law
- General Rules for Purchasing of Real Estate
- Investment Incentives
- Corporate Income Tax (CIT)
- Personal Income Tax (PIT)
- Value Added Tax (VAT)
- Other Taxes
- Tax Calendar 2014
Please note that this publication is only for information purposes and was prepared for general guidance on the matter. Some of the information may have changed after the last update – in January 2014. Furthermore it does not represent a professional advice and Accace does not take any responsibility and is not liable for any potential risks and damages caused by taking actions based on the information provided herein.