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Hungary plans the lowest corporate tax of the EU

Published: Sergey Panov | 21/11/2016 | news
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Mihaly Varga, Hungary's Minister of National Economy, announced about decision of government to reduce the corporate tax rate lower than 10 percent next year. On November 18, behind the scenes of the Regional Digital Conference in Budapest, he made the announcement during which he unveiled the plan of the government to impose a single rate for nine percent of the corporate tax. Now, the headline shows, that the rate of Hungary of the corporate tax constitutes 19 percent, and there is lower level of the income tax of 10 percent on the first 500 million Hungarian forints (1.7 million US dollars) of the income. Dramatic movement would give Hungary one of the lowest corporate tax rates in the world and one of the lowest in the European Union "onshore" jurisdictions. Varga said that this measure will save companies about 145 billion HUF (500 million US dollars) a year tax. The Government expects to compensate the shortfall through controlled growth to increase tax revenues. The government plans to introduce a new tax rate of 1 January 2017. Author: Olena Kutova senior lawyer of the Finance Business Service company ...

Corporate tax 2016

Published: Sergey Panov | 21/03/2016 | news

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...