Taxation in Central Europe
For tax professionals responsible for Central Europe
Most of the Central European countries are members of EU and have implemented the EU legal and tax framework. Many tax laws are therefore very similar. However, the execution is different. The local regulations are frequently changed. The tax inspectors often have a much more ‘form over substance’ approach. Consequently, many tax audits lead to unexpected high additional assessments and fines for businesses.
This course will show you the pitfalls and will give you tips on how to deal with tax audits in the different Central European countries. It will bring you up to date with the most important local regulations. Becoming familiar with the uses and habits of the local tax authorities will not only help you to avoid unpleasant surprises but also to optimize tax (compliance).
Join our two-day program and learn about the European developments and regulations, country specific issues that can be of direct benefit for you and your company.
About 'Taxation in Central Europe'
'Taxation in Central Europe' is developed by Deloitte Tax Academy. The two-day program is specially designed for international tax directors and tax managers responsible for the Central European region. What makes this event unique is that Deloitte Academy’s facilitators are experienced tax practitioners working in Central Europe. They are flying in for this course.
The program has a clear focus on dealing with taxes and tax authorities in the Central European region. There will be Country Specific Masterclasses: Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Romania and Bulgaria. These masterclasses are facilitated by highly experienced tax experts active in the specific country. If you are interested in other countries, we are happy to introduce you to Deloitte experts from the respective offices.
The program offers practical knowledge and excellent network opportunities with fellow tax professionals and with the Deloitte facilitators from each country represented.
After the two-day program, you will have received the necessary updates on taxation, you will be aware of the risks and pitfalls and know how to deal with tax authorities and tax audits in Central European countries in a practical way.
The benefits of the two-day program in short
- Update and broaden your knowledge on taxation; BEPS, European tax, VAT
- Practical tips that you can directly apply in dealing with the tax authorities in each country represented
- Be aware of the local regulations to reduce tax costs for your company
- Meet fellow tax professionals responsible for Central European countries
- Connect with Deloitte experts from Central European countries and have a direct source of information and help
'Taxation in Central Europe' is specifically intended for tax professionals working directly on or responsible for the Central European region, like heads of tax and international tax directors.
During 'Taxation in Central Europe' the following subjects will be covered.
Day 1- General Tax Program
- Base Erosion and Profit Shifting; implement the measures and tackle BEPS by Patrick van Min & Robin Booi
- European developments by Patrick van Min & Robin Booi
- VAT updates by Pieter Wessels
Day 2- Central European Country Specifics
- Tax audits in Central Europe
- Country specific masterclasses for Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Romania and Bulgaria
The language during the program is English.
Date, location and time
Date will be released soon.
Day 1: 12.00 - 18.15 (program starts with lunch meeting at 12.00)
19.00 - 21.00 (program closes with network & walking dinner/ drinks)
Day 2: 08.00 - 15.45 (program starts with breakfast meeting at 08.00)
The price per participant for this two-day program is € 1.750, - excl. VAT.
This price includes: handouts of the course materials, 2 x lunch, 1 x walking dinner and 1 overnight stay at the Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Hotel. The hotel room is based on single occupancy and includes a plenary breakfast meeting on Day 2.
Deloitte Academy is accredited by the NBA PE institution and has the NRTO label. This course qualifies for 11 PE hours. You can also register your PE-hours at the NOB or VRC.
Until four weeks before the start of the course you may cancel your participation in writing free of charge, or you may propose to attend on another date. Should you cancel within four weeks before the start of the course you will have to pay the full registration fee. In the event of insufficient participants we reserve the right to cancel the course at any time or move the date of the event. If so, you will be informed in due time.