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Gábor Fajcsák

Partner, Head of Tax services

As head of Tax Services, that comprises the team of more than 40 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
Gábor Fajcsák

Investment incentives, important VAT and EKAER changes in the summer tax package

About the most important measures of the summer draft tax package concerning companies, we can say in advance that it will include employment and investment incentives as well as measures deriving from Hungary\'s obligation of international legislative harmonization. Elements of the government\'s intention to reduce red tape and minimize conflicts with European forums also appeared.

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Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák

Tax consequences of company sales and acquisitions

At the time of company or division sales, sellers have a tax liability (an obligation to pay income tax),let they be private individuals or companies. In connection with purchasing a company or division, any tax payment obligations and potential subsequent uses of deferred losses must be examined.

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Gábor Fajcsák
Gábor Fajcsák

Who should choose group taxation?

Based on the adopted tax laws for the coming year, Hungary will join a number of European countries with a modern tax system, where group taxation is also available with regard to direct taxes, in addition to the VAT. From the 2019 tax year, it will be possible also in Hungary to choose group corporate taxation, which can be notified to the Tax Authority in the first two weeks of January. Let us see who should choose this and what aspects should be considered in the next two months?

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