Please find below information regarding the Czech per diem as well as other travel expenses, correct as at the close of 2012 going into 2013, courtesy of Baker Tilly Czech Republic’s Head of Tax Lucia Rablova. Per diem The new aspect is the obligation to reduce meal allowances […]
This week has seen the issue of corporation tax paid – or rather not paid – in the UK come to the boil, after simmering for several weeks with the articles of various MPs from various parties in various newspapers. It has now made the front page news […]
Why do Governments try to make competitive businesses follow the same kind of labour law that applies in their own offices?
I was reading on Linked In today a post by someone blaming Labour Law, and the risks associated with having employees, as one reason why Europe is having more difficulties getting out of the Crisis than maybe some other places. I think his comments were quite true. There […]
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Conference “Cyprus: a vehicle for international transactions and investments” Intercontinental Hotel, Emilii Platter 49, Warsaw 16 June 2011, 8.00am – 11.00am (Language: English) This event is aimed at introducing Cyprus companies as vehicles for international transactions and investments covering the key requirements applied by the authorities and the […]
This morning on social media I added the following to a discussion on the above question. Some others had given similar answers, but there were other divergent answers. The most important jurisdiction is where the property in question is physically located. This determines whether the mortgages or charges […]
I am writing to relate a story based on true events which came to light last week when one gentleman came into one of our offices and spoke to me. To keep matters confidential, I won’t say the country – the same can happen in any country – […]