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 As a Helpers client, you will never miss out on an opportunity or experience delays because of outdated information.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!
Any individual can get access to the Client Gate: not only Hungarian citizens but also other nationals. You can get a user account at any local government office in Hungary.Read More
If the employee is a national of a non-EU country and is entering the EU for their temporary deputation, they will need a work permit. In some special cases, the employee might apply for an intra corporate transfer permit, which offers added benefits to both employer and employee.Read More
The Withdrawal Agreement sets out a transition period until 31 December 2020. If you are already a registered resident of Hungary, no action is required on your side. You will be able to keep your registration card even after the transition period.Read More
Are you operating a company in Hungary? Then get ready for 2020, and learn about the changes to regulations that might be relevant to your operation, including VAT, KIVA, and the minimum wage.Read More
In Hungary, the rate of VAT is usually 27%. There are some special product types where VAT rates are lower. Before you start trading in Hungary, make sure you know how much VAT you must pay to the tax authority in order to properly adjust your margins.Read More
Became eligible for Hungarian permanent residency through the purchase of Hungarian government bonds? Then check on your investment agency and make sure to renew your permit.Read More
We will assist you from the first steps of recruitment to the last: we help you formulate the position, define a salary range based on standard salaries, post the advertisement, screen applicants, and even provide a basic employment contract.Read More