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Local Business Tax reliefs for SMEs in 2021 in Hungary

In relation to the fiscal year of 2021, LBT reliefs are applicable for SMEs if their revenue or balance sheet do not exceed HUF 4 billion. Except for the 3.000 largest firms, every company is affected; the claims shall be submitted until 25 of February to the Hungarian Tax Authority.

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Payroll-related changes in Hungary, 2021

Every year begins with routine checks and an overview of changes, and the area of payroll is no exception. In January 2021, Hungarian companies and employers need to be aware of changes in payroll-related regulations, including personal income tax, social contribution tax and sick pay.

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Tax changes in 2021 – How to pay tax in 2021

A number of tax changes entered into force in January in terms of NAV online invoicing, VAT, tax planning, corporate tax, personal income tax, small business tax (kiva),fixed-rate tax of low tax-bracket enterprises (kata),social contribution tax and local business tax, and companies have a lot to pay attention to.

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What should you do if the NAV Online Invoice System breaks down?

Recently you have found on a number of occasions that the NAV Online Invoice system that receiving real-time invoice data reporting from Hungarian taxpayers was not working. Does the question arise what responsibilities and actions the management of tax authority malfunctions entail for the taxpayers?

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NAV Online Invoice Data Supply - Changes in Schema 3.0

The tax authority published some unexpected information: the NAV Online Invoice schema, which will be introduced on 1 January 2021, changed at a number of points on 1 December. The data supply system is still being updated, the developer documentation and the xml examples have also been updated.

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Small Business Tax Becoming More Attractive - Count With Us!

Small business tax (KIVA) may become an attractive option for more companies from 2021. The small business tax rate may be cut to 11 percent from next year, while certain limits of KIVA-eligibility will increase. The special tax rate assessment rules may be more favourable for many businesses than corporate tax but not for all.

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