CMS Guide to Tax regimes in Central and Eastern Europe

29/10/2013

The CMS CEE Tax Group is delighted to provide you with an updated version of our existing study, the “CMS Guide to Tax regimes in Central and Eastern Europe”.

The CMS tax expertise in Central and Eastern Europe is among the best in the region. This expertise is a key part of our offering in Europe and a vital step in becoming the best European provider of legal and tax services.

The CMS Tax Connect guide to tax regimes in Central and Eastern Europe is one of the fruits of our close cooperation within the region. Having been around for some time, the guide has now been updated and extended to offer a unique overview of the tax systems of 15 countries in an informative and concise format as they apply on 1 January 2013 (or later).

Each country is introduced through a “Tax at a glance” section. Here, we have compiled the key tax facts that you need to know. The country files then deal with the primary features of the tax system in question. They provide an overview of the most important features of the system. These country files are a highly convenient, simple way of getting an idea of the basics, so that you know what to ask in a discussion of your specific business situation.

Countries covered in the guide: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine.

We have enjoyed putting this guide together and we trust that you will find this “Tax regimes in Central and Eastern Europe” Guide useful. Do not hesitate to contact your dedicated CMS tax lawyer for more information on our Central and Eastern Europe tax capacity.

For more information, please contact Rupert Hartzhauser.

To access the CMS e-Guide online or PDF version, please click on the following link: 
CMS Guide to Tax regimes in Central and Eastern Europe

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Sibylle Novak
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