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Tag: #Slovakia

The third international business forum in Kharkiv

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Attorneys of our company attended the third international business forum in Kharkiv which was held on 7 April this year. This forum is a response of Ukrainian business community to the situation in our country. Each year, this event is visited by more than three hundred and fifty directors and managers of different companies. Forum raised topical issues of the transformation of the Ukrainian business. Key issues of the forum - best practices for attracting investment, obtaining grants, development of business in crisis and access to the European market. Business Forum provided two program’s format in the usual forms, it is the speech of speakers and discussions, as well as have been introduced two new formats - "Investment Salon", where Ukrainian companies asked questions about raising grants and "projects Battle", where entrepreneurs present their startups. Also Ivan Miklos delivered a speech for the first time in Kharkov - he is the ex-finance minister of Slovakia and one of the authors of the "Slovak economic miracle". Its main purpose of a speech was a desire to share its experience and help Ukrainian businesses to successfully adapt to the economic...

Corporate tax cut, Slovakia

Corporate tax. Slovakia

The newly formed coalition government of Slovakia has agreed to reduce the corporate tax rate in the recently agreed economic program. According to the plan, the four canoes coalition led by Prime Minister Robert Fico, and with the participation of parties of center-right and center-left political spectrum, corporate tax will be reduced by one percent to 21 percent in 2017, a further reduction of corporate tax could be considered at a later stage. In addition, the program provides for the reduction of the administrative burden for businesses in an effort to stimulate growth and reduce unemployment. Nevertheless, the plan also weakens efforts to reduce the budget deficit in Slovakia, the budget surplus is not expected until 2020, two years more than the previous period. In comments made after a "marathon negotiations" between four governing partners, Fico said: "The timetable within which the declaration of the program was adopted is an important signal to Europe that Slovakia is a politically stable country and this is particularly important in light of the Slovak Presidency of the Council EU ". Author: Olena Kutova senior lawyer of the...

Corporate tax 2016

Austria - Rate is 25%. Minimum corporate income tax of EUR 1,750 for limited liability company and EUR 3,500 for joint stock company. Belgium - Corporate tax rate is 33%. Surcharge of 3% on income tax due makes effective tax rate 33,99%. Reduced rates may be available for companies whose taxable income does not exceed EUR 322,500. Germany - Tax rate is 15%. Solidarity surcharge of 5,5% also levied on corporate income tax. Municipal trade tax imposed at rates between 14% and 17%, with rates determined by municipalities. Combined rate approximately 30% to 33%. Hungary - 10% rate applies to tax base up to HUF million, 19% rate applies to tax base exceeding this amount. Denmark - Rate reduced from 23,5% to 22% on 1 January 2016. Macao - Rate is 0% on assessable profit up to MOP 600,000; 12% rate applies to assessable profit over that amount. Monaco - Rate is 33,33% Netherlands - Rate is 20% on taxable profits up to EUR 200,000 and 25% on taxable profits exceeding that amount. Slovakia - Corporate tax rate is 22%. Luxembourg - 21% rate applies to companies whose taxable income exceeds EUR 15,000; otherwise, rate is 20%. Surtax of 7% to unemployment...