In our publication Doing Business in Hungary, we wish to give a complex overview to decision makers planning a business investment in Hungary of the regulatory and economic environment of establishing and operating a business association.
The summary presents the most important Hungarian tax, economic and legal regulations to help, above all, foreign investors.
Understanding of the fundamental regulatory framework of Hungary and having comprehensive economic background information is essential for formulating the specific questions and business preferences relating to a given industry.
Our qualified experts can help in the answering of the arising questions and the selection of a customized business solution whether we are talking about the foundation, acquisition or sale of a company or the efficient operation of a Hungarian business.
Digitalization is getting an increasingly important role in Hungarian regulation and in the keeping of contact with authorities. From 2018, an obligation to keep contact electronically was introduced between companies and authorities. The tax and customs authority introduces digitalization in an increasing number of areas in order to make the collection of contributions and taxes efficient and rewards the compliant operation of taxpayers with the benefits represented by a qualified taxpayer status.
The members of RSM Hungary group perform their highly-organized accounting, tax consulting, audit and legal activities in this developing but still challenging economic environment relying on extensive international background support as the only Hungarian members of RSM International. The RSM International network provides the highest level of service and expertise in financial consulting with a presence in 123 countries of the world in 860 offices and employing 51 thousand people.
We hope that the team of authors of RSM Hungary and RSM Szűcs & Partners will be able to provide you substantial support with this publication in the collection of information for investment decision making and in the implementation of the Hungarian business plans of foreign investors.