In our line of business, it is essential to stay up-to-date on regulations and trends, and to keep track of changes in immigration and corporate law. As a Helpers client, you will never miss out on an opportunity or experience delays because of outdated information.
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!
Hungarian Entrepreneur Residency is the best option for businessmen who wish to start a business and obtain residency in the EU. Company formation in Hungary takes only a few days, you can start operation almost instantly, and getting residency takes only a few months.Read More
The Moldovan investment citizenship program is now available. It is aimed at international businessmen who are ready to make an investment in developing a country and to receive a second passport which also grants them access to 121 countries around the world.Read More
Are you a non-EU citizen staying in Hungary based on your employment? Then you have already obtained your Hungarian work permit. Awesome! Now here are some simple rules to abide by while you are living and working in Hungary.Read More
The “company gate” is an electronic storage where official mail sent to your company is always accessible. Whenever you get an official letter, a notification is sent to your indicated email address. You can then log in to the company gate and view the message.Read More
All right, you have opened your EU company in Hungary. But where to find skilled workforce to make it a success? Read our guide and let us help.Read More
When you are starting business in Europe, it might not be obvious where you want to set up your company. This short comparison of company formation in Poland, Hungary, Serbia and Albania might be able to set you on the right track.Read More
Whitelisting is especially important with business partners who are likely to send you attachments and links, since these items might trigger the protective algorithms of mailing programs to mark a letter as spam, even if the sender is not included in their blacklist of scammers.Read More