Month: March 2017

Form a Hungarian company and extend your business to Europe

Extend your business to Europe

Friday, 31 March, 2017

If you are an international businessman looking to extend your business to Europe, forming a Hungarian company might be one of the best solutions. By setting up your European base in Hungary, you can enjoy the lowest corporate tax rate, a Schengen visa, an immediate VAT number, low business costs.

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Set up a Hungarian company and get your immediate EU VAT number

Get your immediate EU VAT number

Tuesday, 28 March, 2017

Having an EU VAT number improves trading relations with European partners quite a bit. Cross-border transactions are mostly exempt from VAT if both you and your business partner have an EU VAT number. Needless to say, this is greatly beneficial for your cash flow as well as for VAT administration.

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Secure an EU company after Brexit

EU company after Brexit

Saturday, 25 March, 2017

It seems increasingly unlikely that the UK will get any kind of sweetheart deal from the EU after Brexit. This means that your UK company will no longer have access to the European single market, and that you as a UK national will lose the right to move freely within Europe.

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Find the best office spaces for your startup

Office spaces in Budapest

Wednesday, 22 March, 2017

Getting a place in a co-working space might make sense in the initial phase of building your company. Once your company has expanded to several full-time employees, you might want to rent an office of your own.

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Find out the requirements for starting a business in Hungary

The 3 requirements if you want to start a business in Hungary

Monday, 20 March, 2017

Hungary is one of the best places if you want to start a business in Europe. You only need 3 things: a registered address, a bank account and an accountant.

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Which are the bank holidays in Hungary in 2017?

Bank holidays in Hungary in 2017

Tuesday, 7 March, 2017

Bank holidays are days when most people are not required to work. In Hungary, Sundays count as holidays, while Saturdays are usually also rest days. Besides, there are 11 bank holidays in Hungary in 2017 (a new one, Good Friday has just been announced).

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