New Partner at PwC Hungary
Farkas Bársony has joined PwC Hungary as a Partner on November 1, 2017.
Farkas Bársony has joined PwC Hungary as a Partner on November 1, 2017.
The global market in drone-powered solutions for the power and utilities industries is worth as much as USD 9.46 billion a year, PwC estimates in a new report that illustrates how creative uses of unmanned aerial vehicles are disrupting the way companies build, operate and maintain their networks.
Although the revised EU Payments Services Directive (PSD2) already goes into effect in January 2018, a new PwC survey shows few banks seem to be ready for it. At the start of the summer, 38% were still in the early stages of assessing its impact, while only 9% were in the implementation stage of the new PSD2 requirements.
Among the next generation of family business leaders, three in four have big plans to take their business forward. However, generational challenges persist, largely in the areas of digital and innovation. PwC conducted in-depth conversations with 35 next gens from 21 countries and polled more than 100 additional next gens for its new report, Same passion, different paths: How the next generation of family business leaders are making their mark. The results showed an incoming generation of family business leaders confronting generational gaps and culture change.
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|589||Forms required for country-by-country reporting now available|
|588||Strength in unity – the rules of class action|
|587||EU-Canada free trade agreement enters into force|
|586||The owner pays! - Decision of the European Court of Justice concerning environmental damages|
|585||Tax incentive for energyefficiency investment projects|
|584||Changes in insolvency proceedings|
|583||ECJ judgement on payment of default interest on late VAT refund|
|582||The test period for online data supply has started|
|581||Significant savings in customs duties on goods imported from Sri Lanka|
|580||Key proposals to amend tax laws submitted to Parliament in June 2017|
|579||New requirement for automatic online tax reporting by invoicing software comes into effect|
|578||New Hungarian arbitration act and changing system of arbitration courts|
|577||The advertisement tax rate will be increased from 1 July 2017|
|576||In certain cases the reimbursement of VAT can be claimed directly from the tax authority|
|575||Country-by-country reporting in Hungary|
|573||Briefly on the General Data Protection Regulation|
|572||Brexit officially kicks off – get ready for the changes with PwC|
|571||New opportunity for SMEs to develop their ICT systems with EU funds|
|570||Simplified origin certification for goods imported from GSP beneficiary countries|
|569||Submission process for Polish VAT returns to get stricter|
|568||Summary of the major tax changes in 2016|
|567||The new unified electronic form for filing local business tax returns has been published|
|566||Changes to environmental protection product fee regulations from 1 January 2017|
|565||Threshold for submission of domestic recapitulative statements will change from 1 July 2017|
|564||Key amendments to tax laws adopted by Parliament in December 2016|
|563||Deadline for claiming default interest on unrecovered VAT will expire at year-end|
|562||T. R. U. S. T. - Application for automatic completion of domestic recapitulative statements ("M-sheets")|
|561||The latest European Court of Justice decision regarding VAT deduction is in a Hungarian case once again|
|560||Key proposals to amend tax laws submitted to Parliament in October 2016|
|558||New legal institution brings favourable taxation for motivation of employees, for stock provision|
|557||The deadline for foreign VAT refund applications is fast approaching|
|556||Social Security Agreement between Hungary and the United States entered into force|
|555||Transition to IFRS: What’s at stake from a tax perspective?|
|554||More frequent EKÁER audits, modification of EKÁER rules, verification of the taxpayers’ internal EKÁER related processes|
|553||Key proposals to amend tax laws submitted to Parliament in June 2016|
|552||The picture is getting clearer on the practical aspects of sharing R&D costs among related companies|
|551||Implementation of Community customs law nearing completion|
|550||Taxpayer classification is underway|
|549||Final deadline for limited liability companies to comply with the new Civil Code: 15 March 2016|
|548||Tax advance top-up deadline approaching – 20 December 2015|
|547||Public health product tax – Tax allowance for health promotion programmes|
|546||Data export - Invoicing software|
|545||The most important tax legislative changes effective from 2016|
|544||Community customs legislation changes – it’s worth preparing in time|
|543||Final version of BEPS Country-by-country reporting has been published|
|542||New required invoicing software feature|
|541||IFRS transition and its possible tax consequences|
|540||The deadline for foreign VAT refund applications is fast approaching|
|539||Tasks come and go - Mid-year tax changes affecting employees|
|538||No more deadline extension: social security exemption of U.S. secondees about to expire|
|537||Changing advertising tax rates|
|536||PwC EKAER Tool - use it free until 31 May 2015|
|34||Further opportunities for large enterprises to receive VIP cash subsidy from 1 January 2017|
|33||Tender call supporting investments of large companies is available again|
|32||New R+D+I subsidy opportunity in Central Hungary - June|
|31||New R+D+I subsidy opportunity in Central Hungary|
|30||New subsidy available in Central-Hungary for supporting
enterprises’ R&D&I activities
|29||Are you aware of the changes to the rules on EKD investment subsidies?|
|28||Important news: modified public procurement rules for subsidized projects|
|27||Important change: new public procurement rules for subsidized projects|
|26||Tender call for subsidies on R&D Excellence and Competitiveness
contracts (GINOP-2.2.1-15) opens again
|25||The first tender calls for R&D&I have been published|
|24||Tender calls for EU-financed subsidies will soon open to support development and
competitiveness of small- and medium-sized enterprises
|23||New rules on stat aid for training employees and for establisihng and improving vocational training facilities|
|22||New regulation on investment cash subsidies based on an individual donor’s decision (Print version)|
|21||Regional non-refundable cash subsidies continue to be available until 30 June 2014|
|20||Non-refundable cash subsidies under the site development and industrial location|
|19||Non-refundable cash subsidies for the agricultural and food industries related to R&D projects|
|18||Research and development projects are once again eligible
for non-refundable cash subsidies
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