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Gábor Fajcsák, RSM Hungary, Tax Manager, Qualified International and Value Added Tax Expert

Gábor Fajcsák

Tax director

He has 5 years of audit experience in the field of tax administration and has worked as a tax advisor for RSM Hungary Plc. for 10 years. He specialises in international and domestic corporate structures, tax planning related to investments and acquisitions, corporate due diligence, tax benefits as well as tax advisory services related to the wealth planning of private individuals.

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Gábor Fajcsák

REIT advantages for small and large investors

The concept of a regulated real estate investment trust (REIT) did not deliver the hopes associated whit it in Hungary until in 2017 the legislator eased the main terms and conditions that seemed too rigorous in the Hungarian market. As a result, not only more favourable taxation terms and conditions but also simpler rules of foundation and operation contribute to the good performance of real estate market actors and portfolios operated in the form of REIT, making this type of operation more attractive to the well-capitalised actors of the real estate market. In addition, given the fact that all REIT-s must be floated on the stock exchange, private and small investors will also find it easier to have access to the real estate market through the shares of such companies.

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Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák

OECD BEPS Action 6 – Preventing the Granting of Treaty Benefits in Inappropriate Circumstances

Action 6 of the OECD BEPS Action Plans deals with the prevention of double tax treaty (hereinafter: treaty) abuse. OECD finds that one of the most pressing BEPS issues is treaty abuse and especially the so-called treaty shopping (which basically means the use of tax benefits deriving from residence related and other differences between treaties) and for this reason, a separate action plan was dedicated to this matter.

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Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák

OECD BEPS – Action 1: Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digital Economy

The importance of the action The OECD BEPS study concludes that \"the digital economy is increasingly becoming the economy itself”, therefore it is of utmost importance that we face those new challenges that arise as a result of this process. It is sufficient to think of e-commerce, financial transactions or online training, but according to the study we do not have to wait long for e-health services (remote health services) to become widespread. To highlight the importance of the issue, it is sufficient to note that the size of total worldwide e-commerce was estimated to amount to USD 16 trillion (!) in 2013.

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Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák
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