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In late November 2019 the Croatian Parliament passed a series of laws amending Croatian tax legislation. The new ...
Eurofast
Croatia has introduced new legislation regarding non-taxable payments which became applicable as of September 1, 2019 (Personal income tax act bylaw, Official gazette 80/19).
Eurofast
The Croatian government is working relentlessly on the recovery of the Croatian economy. Two rounds of tax reforms already took place in 2017 and 2018 respectively,
Eurofast
2018 is a year in which Croatia and Japan celebrate the 25th anniversary of their diplomatic relations.
Eurofast
Croatia and Kosovo have been historically involved in a good economic and political relationship and are continuing to strengthen the commercial exchange.
Eurofast
Hrvatska i Kosovo su povijesno povezane ekonomski i politički i nastavljaju s jačanjem trgovinskih razmjena između dviju zemalja.
TMF Group
Two of the most significant 2018 business updates in Croatia relate to local VAT requirements, and new laws to curb money laundering and terrorism financing.
Eurofast
The Local Taxes Act ("Act"), as a part of the 2017 Croatian Tax Reform, entered into force on January 1, 2017.
Eurofast
APAs were recently implemented in the Croatian tax legislation.
Eurofast
With a total of 15 action points, the OECD's BEPS project aims at fighting the artificial shift of profits from jurisdictions with high taxes to tax havens, often as a part of an entirely legal strategy used by MNEs.
Eurofast
The reform aims at decreasing the tax burden for all taxpayers, particularly supporting start-ups and encouraging the development of small entrepreneurship.
Eurofast
Although Croatia is not an OECD member country, the provisions of the relevant Croatian tax legislation are generally based on the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines.
Eurofast
Croatia and Luxembourg signed a treaty on the avoidance of double taxation on 20 June 2014, which recently is entered into force, on 13 January 2016.
Eurofast
Croatia and the UK have signed an Agreement for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income and on capital gains.
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