What investors and international companies have to know

4. March 2019

The current “Investing in Austria. An overview of the current tax system” brochure provides a convenient overview of the most important regulations of the Austrian tax system for entrepreneurs and investors.

The concise, convenient reference tool includes key information on types of companies, the most important details on corporate, income and turnover tax, current tax benefits as well as the main regulations on double taxation agreements. “Investing in Austria” has been published since 2008, in the context of the “Investing in” series published by TPA.

New: Investing in Montenegro

In addition to “Investing in Austria”, “Investing in” brochures are also published for Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Hungary. Every year, between 15 and 18 authors at TPA are involved in this international project. “It is our joint goal to provide a valuable pool of relevant and useful information for Austrian and foreign investors and entrepreneurs,” explains Robert Lovrecki, tax adviser, partner and one of the leading authors of the “Investing in Austria” publication.

The “Investing in” series by TPA: 12 countries. 12 tax systems.

Each brochure of the “Investing in” series is an informative reference tool in a convenient format. “What readers like is the brochures’ straightforward language and clear layout,” says Robert Lovrecki. They are also popular on account of their structure and contents. All brochures have the same structure and include the same topics. “This makes it particularly easy for readers to identify the main differences between 12 different tax systems in CEE/SEE,” adds the Austrian tax advisor.

With immediate effect, both the complete series and brochures for individual countries can be ordered free of charge at www.tpa-group.at  as a print issue and also in pdf format, in German and English.


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