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Hungary in International Tax Planning

An in-depth look at the tax system of Hungary. Since the completion of Hungary's legal and tax system reforms which commenced more than a decade ago in the transition from a centrally planned to a modern market economy, recent amendments have mainly focused on fine-tuning.
 
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Hungary in International Tax Planning

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90-76078-58-0

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Hungary in International Tax Planning

Why this book?

The book provides the basics of the national fiscal law, while seeking to clarify the fiscal law implications of cross-border transactions. While keeping the description of the principles of taxation to a minimum, the book aims to identify the tax consequences of transactions, business schemes and company structures. Based on international standards and comparison with foreign law, the national and international tax law considerations of the major categories of taxable income are analysed.
 

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Main Contents

 
  • Part I – Introduction: Hungary: a focal point of investments in Central Europe; Legal environment; Business associations.
  • Part II – Corporate and Income Taxation: The principles of the taxation of resident corporations; International corporate tax issues under Hungarian national law; The principles of the income taxation of individuals; Compulsory social insurance contributions and like charges
  • Part III – Indirect taxes, Tax Administration: The principles of VAT in Hungary; Local rates; Tax administration.
  • Part IV – Treaty Policies, Anti-avoidance legislation, Tax competition: Hungarian treaty practices; Assessment of the Hungarian fiscal system in an international and Community law perspective.
 

About the author

Daniel Deak is a practicing tax lawyer, as well as a full professor of Business Law and Taxation at the Budapest University of Economics and Public Administration. Professor Deak is actively involved in research involving the subject of comparative and international business law and taxation. He has been the founding president of the Hungarian national branch of International Fiscal Association, and is a member of the Budapest Bar.
“The book is recommended to all with a knowledge of international tax law who are interested in Hungarian investments or generally tax planning involving Hungary.....the book excels in the display of tax planning case studies taken from real business situations.”

Tamas Peterfalvi, Former legal advisor, Hungarian Ministry of Finance
British Tax Review



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