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Bulgaria Amends VAT Legislation; Changes Affect A Wide Range Of Sectors
The VAT rate in Bulgaria has remained unchanged at 20% for many consecutive years. Recently, there has been a lot of debates on the future possibility of amending the VAT rate for certain food
Bulgaria
12 Aug 2019
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One Of The Best Holding Jurisdictions
Romania is a place where you should focus next if your business or your clients need a holding structure.
Romania
31 Jul 2019
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North Macedonia Adopts Law On Partial VAT Refund To Physical Persons
The newly adopted (June 27, 2019) and published (Official Gazette No.133/28-06-2019) Law on Partial VAT Refund to Physical Persons has been met with both enthusiasm and a myriad
North Macedonia
31 Jul 2019
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Albanian Companies Given Incentives To Distribute Profits
The 2019 fiscal year in Albania introduced significant changes in the Law on Income Tax.
Albania
22 Jul 2019
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Georgia Introduces Rules For Classification Of Taxpayers; Amends Refund Procedure
The category is determined based on the total amount of taxes accrued in the last 12 months.
Georgia
21 Jul 2019
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Republic Of Srpska Adopts New Law On Games Of Chance
The law also introduces the payment of fees for organizing betting games, including online betting.
Bosnia Herzegovina
16 Jul 2019
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Serbian Ministry Of Finance Clarifies The Requirement For Valid Transportation Cost Documentation
We advise Serbian companies to seek professional advice in evaluating their current documentation practices' risk of non-compliance.
Serbia
16 Jul 2019
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A New Regional IT Hub?
In terms of the business climate, significant progress has been made in the last couple of years towards streamlining business start-up procedures.
Montenegro
16 Jul 2019
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Tax Department Clarifies Cyprus 60-Day Rule For Nominee Directors
Effective as of 1st of January 2017, the so-called "60 day rule" for the purposes of establishing Cyprus tax residency for individuals is of importance to those seeking Cypriot residency.
Cyprus
11 Apr 2019
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Serbia Amends Corporate Income Tax Law; Introduces Incentives And Amends Depreciation Rules
One of the incentives introduced is the abolishment of the 10% limit on the deductibility of advertising and promotional expenses recognized as expenses in the tax balance sheet.
Serbia
4 Apr 2019
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Albanian Companies Given Incentives To Distribute Profits
The new fiscal year in Albania has started with significant changes introduced in the Law on Income Tax. The new law provisions provide for a reduction of the income tax rate ...
Albania
4 Apr 2019
12
Corporate Tax Relief Voted By The Greek Parliament
The Greek Parliament recently voted in favor of the reduction of the tax rate on income arising from dividends
Greece
1 Apr 2019
13
Changes In Croatian Legislation: Third Chapter Of The Tax Reform
The Croatian government is working relentlessly on the recovery of the Croatian economy. Two rounds of tax reforms already took place in 2017 and 2018 respectively,
Croatia
7 Feb 2019
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Montenegro – Portugal Income Tax Treaty Enters Into Force
On 10th December 2018, Portugal published Notice no. 144/2018 in the Official Gazette, announcing the new income tax treaty with Montenegro.
Montenegro
6 Feb 2019
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Few Things To Know Before Starting A Business In Montenegro
According to the latest World Bank 2018 annual ratings, Montenegro is ranked 50th among 190 economies in the ease of doing business ratings.
Montenegro
2 Jan 2019
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Montenegro As A Key Destination For Investors And A New Home For Global Citizens (Update)
A tiny Mediterranean country, settled between the borders of ex-Yugoslavia member states, is in the spotlight for its rapid and sustainable growth. The beautiful blend of stunning mountains...
Cyprus
4 Dec 2018
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Croatia Signs Agreement On Avoidance Of Double Taxation With Japan
2018 is a year in which Croatia and Japan celebrate the 25th anniversary of their diplomatic relations.
Croatia
2 Dec 2018
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FYR Macedonia Introduces Progressive Personal Income Tax
After 10 years of 10% flat personal income tax rate in FYR Macedonia, the Minister of Finance has recently announced a draft law on progressive personal taxation which will become effective as of 1 January 2019.
FYR – Macedonia
28 Nov 2018
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Amendments To The Law On Cash Registers In Brčko District
On 17 October 2018, the Assembly of Brčko District adopted amendments to the Law on Cash Registers, essentially narrowing the list of persons ...
Bosnia Herzegovina
26 Nov 2018
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Serbia-San Marino DTT Enters Into Force
Serbia and San Marino signed a DTT on April 16, 2018, thus effectively resulting in the removal of San Marino from the Serbian list of countries with a preferential tax regime.
Serbia
25 Nov 2018
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