Tax and legal services

In our tax advisory practice, it is indispensable to regularly update our knowledge base, constantly follow up on domestic and international tax matters, and maintain a continuous dialogue with clients and the tax authorities.

PwC helps both Hungarian businesses and multinational enterprises with all tax matters, including corporate tax, indirect taxes and tax authority proceedings. Our experts, mainly trained in economics, apply their up-to-date knowledge to the benefit of our clients.

Réti, Várszegi & Partners PwC Legal is a member of the global network of associated law firms of PwC, which comprises more than 1,900 lawyers in 75 countries. The law firm’s leading partners have worked in the business and legal services market for three decades. Their clients come from a wide range of backgrounds, including Hungarian businesses, international corporations, private individuals, local governments and public authorities.



According to our colleagues…

„As a consultant, you will face new challenges in every project; it is always very exciting when previous experiences come into a different perspective."

“I transferred from Advisory to the People and Organisation team as part of PwC Hungary’s iRotate programme. One of the most interesting projects for me was using a real-time analytics tool at a bank to measure employees’ benefits preferences. This is considered an innovative solution in Hungary, but in the future we will see even more ambitious solutions, so PwC is a great place to work also for this reason. As a consultant, you will face new challenges in every project; it is always very exciting when previous experiences come into a different perspective. Perhaps the most interesting part of my work, but also often the most challenging, is getting to know the client. It is essential to establish a relationship of trust, as this is the very foundation of advisory work.

One of PwC’s main attractions is its global network. I have had the opportunity to work abroad for six months: I supported the HR transformation of a client in Munich, and I will continue my career at the German office from autumn 2019.”

Róbert Nagy
Senior Consultant

„Our interns are full members of our team from the beginning because like I started out, they will become the seniors of the future."

“PwC’s TRS Accounting team is not like a typical small accounting office – it’s way more exciting. We take part in a wide range of activities: accounting, payroll, and we even have a technology team. We work mainly with international clients, under global contracts, which guarantees that we are never bored. We don’t just record accounting materials (of course, that is also a part of our job), but what we do is full compliance. So what does that mean? We do the accounting, prepare returns, management reports and financial statements, we liaise daily with clients, so we have a complete understanding of these companies. In addition, we constantly optimise our processes, where we face both technical and professional challenges. Our interns are full members of our team from the beginning because like I started out, they will become the seniors of the future.”

Nikoletta Nagy
Senior Consultant
Tax Reporting and Strategy

„I’ve made a lot of new friends in Dublin, and we go surfing at least two days every two weeks in the summer."

“I would never have thought that I’d wake up one day to the cry of seagulls thanks to PwC. Since I joined PwC in 2014, I have had the opportunity to work with foreign clients and other PwC offices. My workplace offers every opportunity for continuous professional development, whether it be soft skills or technical knowledge. My professional networking is constantly expanding, so I know who to ask when I have a more complex or country-specific question. I’m currently in Dublin on an 18-month secondment, which my coach (the colleague responsible for my development in PwC) and my team’s partner helped me plan. I’m especially interested in a specific area of transfer pricing; fortunately, the Dublin team made me feel welcome, and I can work on projects that I find the most interesting. I’ve made a lot of new friends here, and we go surfing at least two days every two weeks in the summer.”

Sándor Szabó
Senior Consultant
Transfer Pricing

„...I can certainly say that PwC Hungary is not your average workplace..."

“Here I can work in a truly international environment, which is important to me, in fact, the most important thing when it comes to work. I discuss matters with colleagues from all over the world every day, and I don’t even need to leave the office for that. Two years ago, however, I transferred to Geneva for a few months, where I worked on a global project. In a team of eight, I took part in a VAT consulting engagement involving 34 countries, where we had to advise a pharmaceutical company in hundreds of transactions. Needless to say, every member of my team came from a different country. Because of such experiences, I can certainly say that PwC Hungary is not your average workplace.”

Kornél Szeőcs
Senior Manager
Indirect Tax

„I’ve been working in PwC’s corporate tax team for eight years, and now I know that there is such a job that matches my diverse interests."

“When I was at university, I was interested in many things, and I thought there was no job where I could cultivate them all. I’ve been working in PwC’s corporate tax team for eight years, and now I know that there is such a job that matches my diverse interests. Our corporate tax team deals with business and legal matters, accounting and international taxation, so our work is never the same. Teamwork, building great relationships with clients, and the openness of my colleagues provide the foundation for a motivating working environment.”

Bea Bujnóczki
Senior Manager
Corporate Tax

How to apply

Register and upload your CV

As a first step, you will need to create a user account where you must enter some personal information and upload your CV.

If you are selected based on your CV, the next step in your application process will be a telephone interview. During the interview, you will be asked 6 to 8 questions to which you will need to give short answers (2-3 minutes each).

If you successfully pass this stage, you will have to complete an online English language assessment test. English language skills are very important because you will be working in an international environment at PwC.

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Application process for experienced hires

As a first step, you will need to create a user account where you must enter some personal information and upload your CV.

If your CV is selected, you will be invited for a personal interview.

If you cannot find an open position, or if you need more information, please contact our Recruitment leader.

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Tips to help you prepare for the job interview

Be courteous.

  • Arrive on time.
  • Don’t get too chummy with the interviewer.
  • Don’t forget to say hello and goodbye.

Mind your appearance and behaviour.

  • Your handshake should be firm but not too strong.
  • Avoid excessive gesturing.
  • Keep eye contact with the interviewer.
  • Be confident, but don’t overdo it.
  • Make sure you look neat and tidy, without going over the top.

Get prepared about PwC! You will find answers to the following questions from our corporate website:

  • What is the scope of our activity?
  • Who are our main competitors?
  • In what markets do we operate?
  • It is also worth reading articles and media reports.

Prepare for questions!

  • Questions may be open-ended, such as when you are asked to tell a story. For example:
    • Tell me about a case when you had to solve a difficult problem.
    • What is your dream job?
    • What do you think makes you a good fit for this position?
  • Questions can also be aimed at finding out about factual details.
  • Know what’s in your CV, be ready to talk about your studies, and your work-related tasks.
  • Keep your answers short and to the point, as the interviewer’s time is limited.
  • Don’t be surprised at unexpected questions. If you need more time to consider your answer, feel free to say so.

Don’t be shy to ask questions!

  • If you have any questions about the company’s activities, job requirements or working conditions, don’t hesitate to ask.
  • You can also ask about further steps in the selection process.

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Kapcsolat

Orsolya Kelemen

Orsolya Kelemen

Head of Recruitment and Employer Branding, PwC Hungary

Gabriella Elter

Gabriella Elter

Senior Recruitment Consultant, PwC Hungary

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