Central and Eastern Europe offers a solid and attractive market for business opportunities, with long-term political stability, strategic location, competitive tax system, highly skilled workforce and international community. The wave of globalization calls for reaching beyond the borders, encouraging companies and corporates to conquer new locations. If you are tempted by expansion or consider starting a business, countries such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine should definitely rank high on your list of destination.
To provide the necessary initial information for your decision making, our experts prepared comprehensive guides and overviews on matters related to the statutory framework of the local entrepreneurial environment. Read about the fundamentals of establishing a business in our company formation eBooks, discover the details of the local tax systems in our guidelines, browse through the upcoming deadlines in our tax calendars, learn about transfer pricing and documentation methods, gain a valuable insight on employment-related matters from our labour law overviews or try the local salary calculators for 2020.
2020 Tax Guidelines
Our tax guidelines provide a complex insight into local tax regulations, including taxes on corporate and personal income, value-added tax, taxes on capital, motor vehicle tax and other business-related financial charges.
2020 Tax Calendars
2020 Transfer Pricing Overviews
When it comes to the pricing of transactions between related parties, being compliant with the transfer pricing regulations is an absolute must in order to avoid significant penalties. Our guidelines elaborate on applicable legislation including local and international specification, the definition of related parties, methods for the preparation of documentation, advance pricing agreements and other aspects such as penalties.
2020 Company Formation Overviews
Operating in multiple countries is an attractive goal for most businesses. When it comes to company formation, its crucial to know the legal forms of businesses, local requirements on minimum capital and documentation, specification of shareholders and investment incentives, the length of incorporation time and learn about other aspects such as relevant corporate taxes. Read about all the necessary information in our eBooks below.
2020 Labour Law and Employment Guidelines
The European Union offers a great deal of mobility when it comes to employment, but local specifications may come in question when taking a look at the labour code of each country. Our labour law overviews provide information on basic conditions for work entitlement, present the various types of employment contracts and the possible cases of employment termination, specify the social contributions and income tax, give an insight into working time, vacation and the most common employee benefits.
- Annual vacation leave: Conditions for employees and businesses in CEE
- Posting of employees
- Working in CEE
- Labour Law and Employment in the Czech Republic
- Labour Law and Employment in Hungary
- Labour Law and Employment in Poland
- Labour Law and Employment in Romania
- Labour Law and Employment in Slovakia
- Labour Law and Employment in Ukraine
2020 Salary Calculators
In case you require more information or need professional advice on how to leverage your business potential when it comes to expansion in Central and Eastern Europe, feel free to contact us.