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Croa­tia: VAT le­gis­la­tion changes – Im­pact on non-res­id­ent...
What about VAT after Brexit?
Al­though the UK par­lia­ment ruled against the pos­sib­il­ity of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, the out­come of the cur­rent UK polit­ic­al con­tro­versy re­mains un­cer­tain. Both busi­nesses and gov­ern­ments in both Great Bri­tain and EU are pre­par­ing for every even­tu­al­ity, in­clud­ing.
Published on 1st February 2018 in medium: CEE Legal Matters
Tax Ef­fects of Un­fair Trad­ing
Bel­gi­um braces for Hard Brexit with draft law
On Feb­ru­ary 19, Bel­gi­um passed a draft law pre­par­ing it­self for a Hard Brexit should the UK leave the European Uni­on (EU) on the dead­line of 29 March 2019 without a with­draw­al agree­ment in place to reg­u­late UK's de­par­ture and define its fu­ture re­la­tion­ship.
Johannes Reich-Rohrwig
Less is more
Bro­chure Tax
Changes to the Croa­tian Con­tri­bu­tions Act
The re­cent changes of the Croa­tian Con­tri­bu­tions Act af­fect the min­im­um basis for the pay­ment of so­cial se­cur­ity con­tri­bu­tions for board mem­bers, dir­ect­ors and li­quid­at­ors em­ployed part-time (“part-time dir­ect­ors”).
Tax­a­tion of trans­fers of profit from a branch of­fice...
Mo­bil­ity of work­ers in the EU: the Croa­tian per­spect­ive
Like the EU, Croa­tia re­cog­nises sev­er­al forms of mo­bil­ity of work­ers, all based on the free­dom of move­ment of people and the pro­vi­sion of ser­vices, in­clud­ing pos­ted work­ers, mi­grant work­ers, cross-bor­der work­ers, in­ter­na­tion­al work­ers, job­seekers and re­tir­ees.
Over­view of Tax Re­forms in CEE 2015 - 2017
Published on 3rd March 2017 in medium: Lider Magazine
Un­fair Trad­ing
Croa­tian Tax Re­form to pro­mote eco­nom­ic goals
Tax Au­thor­it­ies’ Opin­ion: News on the im­ple­ment­a­tion...