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Gábor Fajcsák

Partner, Head of Tax services

As head of Tax Services, that comprises the team of more than 30 tax expert of RSM Hungary, he works with Hungarian and multinational companies. Specialises on tax audits, digital tax solutions, 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. After several years of tax audit experience in the field of tax administration, he joined the RSM Hungary tax advisory team for over 10 years.

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Gábor Fajcsák

Tax benefits of electric company cars

Electric car related tax allowances also prompt companies to buy e-cars. There is no vehicle tax, registration tax, company car tax, and the purchase is also exempt from the duty on onerous transfer of property while car users can enjoy the benefits of having a green number plate.

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Another option for employers: the job-creating wage subsidy has arrived

As part of the COVID-19 Economic Protection Action Plan, the Hungarian government has launched a new wage subsidy programme now to enhance job creation. Its main purpose is to provide help in recruitment for employers who have been forced to lay off workers in recent months due to the economic impact of the coronavirus.

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Gábor Fajcsák

Modified wage subsidies and tax reliefs in Hungary

The new conditions for wage subsidies are more favourable, facilitation of deadlines in respect of reporting and taxation, SZÉP card changes and confirmation of social contribution tax (”szocho”) rate reduction. These are, among others, the latest regulations to mitigate the economic effects of the coronavirus.

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Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák

Don’t let coronavirus overcome your company – apply for a tax reduction. UPDATED!

The global coronavirus epidemic affects all sectors of the economy, however, the service sector, and in particular tourism and catering, is the industry that is hit the earliest. What can companies do right away to alleviate the difficulties in paying their tax liabilities?UPDATE: According to the latest announcements, the Hungarian Tax Authority fairly appraises entrepreneurs\' tax relief requests.

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