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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 As a Helpers client, you will never miss out on an opportunity or experience delays because of outdated information.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!

Labor Law and Employment in Hungary

Employment and labor law in Hungary

Tuesday, 18 June, 2019

While you have great freedom in what tasks to assign to your employees, you should get familiar with the most important aspects of the labor law before making your first hire at your Hungarian company.

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Malta investment residency financing option

Investment residency in Malta – now with a financing option

Thursday, 6 June, 2019

Getting residency by investment is a simple way for getting visa-free access to new countries or for securing a second home for yourself and your family. In Europe, the investment residency program of Malta is among the most popular ones. Now it also offers a financing option for investors.

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Repatriate to Hungary - become a Hungarian citizen

Repatriate to Hungary – Get citizenship by ancestry

Monday, 3 June, 2019

Anyone whose parents, grandparents or other ancestors were Hungarian citizens can easily repatriate to Hungary thanks to the option of getting citizenship by ancestry. Are you eligible?

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what to ask from candidates at a job interview

How to prepare for a job interview – as a managing director?

Friday, 24 May, 2019

We post the job ad on the most popular platforms, and filter candidates for you, so you only have to spend time with the most promising candidates. But what to ask from candidates at the interview? Let us share with you a few tips regarding what to expect from strong candidates.

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Trademark Registration in Hungary and the EU

Trademark registration in Hungary and in the EU

Friday, 17 May, 2019

Got a cool logo or a witty slogan? Why not register them as trademarks? If you want your company’s name, logo or slogan protected by Hungarian or European law, you can start the trademark registration now and get your company the proper recognition.

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Montenegro citizenship by investment

Citizenship by investment: Montenegro citizenship program

Thursday, 11 April, 2019

Even though the Hungarian Residency Bond program is suspended, there are plenty of opportunities for international investors to get a Schengen visa and settle in Europe. One of the newest programs is the Montenegrin citizenship program.

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Residency Bond - residency renewal in Hungary

Residency Renewal for Hungarian Residency Bond investors

Wednesday, 27 March, 2019

If you have a permanent residence permit, you can simply renew it without meeting any further requirements. Naturally, you will need some supporting documents, partly depending on whether you and/or your family members actually live in Hungary.

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Tax resident in Europe

Being a tax resident in Hungary vs. taking dividend in Hungary

Thursday, 7 March, 2019

If you own a Hungarian company, you have to pay certain taxes and contributions after the dividend you take based on whether or not you are a tax resident in Hungary.

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Taxes on Dividend in the EU

Taxes on dividend and dividend advance payments in Hungary

Thursday, 7 March, 2019

Calculating the taxes on dividend and dividend advance is a complex task, so make sure to ask your accountant or payroll specialist to advise you on your specific case before you take dividend from your Hungarian company.

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Company travel expenses Hungary

Travel expenses of a managing director in a Hungarian company

Monday, 25 February, 2019

In general, the costs related to a business trip are accepted as business costs in Hungary, and as such are deductible from the corporate tax. Some expenses, however, are subject to the so called “representation tax”.

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