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New Dutch Tax Plans

After long political discussions and negotiations, four major Dutch political parties reached an agreement and formed a coalition. The new Dutch government will likely be presented to the public on 26th of October 2017. The coalition presented its policy plans for 2017-2021. Together with changes in the fields of employment, education, healthcare, immigration policy, the coalition [...]

Georgia amends its Tax Code

Georgia continues to increase its level of attraction as a business hub. On the 1st of January 2017, the latest amendments of the Georgian Tax Code came into force. The new fiscal regime is simplified and made more liberal, in order to stimulate the country’s economic growth. In order to improve its investment environment, Georgia took [...]

Poland reduces Corporate Income Tax

On 1st of January 2017, the new amendments of the Polish Corporate Income Tax (CIT) and Personal Income Tax (PIT) acts entered into force. The major legislative change refers to reducing the CIT rate for small corporate taxpayers and start-up businesses. According to the new amendments, companies which report gross sales of less that EUR 1,2 [...]

Bulgaria eases restrictions on offshore ownership

While numerous countries all over the world are imposing new restrictions on companies registered in tax havens, the Bulgarian government has recently eased the laws governing offshore ownership. Following the recommendations of the European Commission, the new amendments of the Bulgarian Offshore Law now permit offshore entities to own up to 10% of Bulgarian companies engaged [...]

LUXEMBOURG IS DEAD!

On 29 th of February 2016, the Luxembourg government announced a new set of tax measures to be implemented by 2017. The measures will amend the corporate and personal taxation regime. The following amendments in Luxembourg tax legislation may harm the status of Luxembourg as an attractive destination for high net worth individuals: • The individual [...]