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Our news section contains articles on many topics that are of interest to our clients, including immigration law and programs, business and taxation news, as well as practical advice on various aspects of doing business and living in Hungary. Hope you’ll find it useful!
Buying a ready-made company is a great way to enter a new market. However, if your goal is simply to enter the EU, it might be a lot easier, faster and cheaper to set up a company from scratch. Learn more and decide for yourself what is best for your current situation.Read More
The Virtual Office service is an essential element of worry-free company formation in Hungary. Now, based on feedback from our clients, the original service has been extended with several new features to create the Business Premium Virtual Office package. Read below to learn what’s new!Read More
The Helpers Virtual Office and Accountancy combined are the best services to relieve as many burdens from Hungarian company owners as possible. Now new procedure allows your Hungarian Accountant to sign certain payroll related documents, making your life even easier.Read More
Starting from 11 June, 2017, citizens of Ukraine can travel visa-free to the countries of the Schengen zone. This makes it even easier for them to set up an EU company, through which they can easily trade in the European Union.Read More
Only 9% is payable regardless of how much your turnover or profit is. Although some countries apply higher corporate tax rates to companies with higher profit, there is no such rule in Hungary. This means that you can take advantage of the lowest corporate tax rate in Europe regardless of your business volume.Read More
The Ghraoui family has been selling delicacies in Syria for more than 200 years. After they had to leave everything behind because of the civil war, they set up their new, European headquarters in Hungary.Read More
The Hungarian Residency Bond program was suspended at the end of March, 2017. Now participants of the Investment Migration Forum suggested it might restart next year. Will it happen?Read More