The Hungarian office of Mazars published for the fifth time its regional tax guide, which presents snapshots and comparative charts of the tax systems of 19 CEE countries for 2017.
Similarly to the previous years, the publication has one main aim: to provide investors with timely, focused and mission critical information about tax in the CEE countries, thus enabling them to compare various competitiveness factors across the region.
The survey presents 19 countries, and covers labour-related taxes as well as direct and indirect taxes. Transfer pricing regulations are also demonstrated in the comparative charts.
Highlights of 2017:
- Fewer taxes on incomes and employment
- Employment costs are increasing after all, and the so called tax wedge is still significant
- Collection of taxes are enhanced by innovative digital tools
- Transfer pricing regulations to become stricter
We hope and trust that our readers will find this summary useful and inspiring. We also included the contact information for Mazars offices and experts.
Download the guide and a brief press release by clicking the link below.
Please visit the website of the Mazars CEE Tax Guide 2017:
Mazars Central Eastern European Tax Guide 2017