Deloitte in the News
Tax amnesty: What impact it may have on family business if introduced in Ukraine
Farewell to the island of Aphrodite: Is this the end for Cyprus citizenship programs?
Tax Planning for Business Owners: Basic Rules of ‘Hygiene’
The Dream Employer 2020: what is he like? Top 9 HR trends in the era of the pandemic
Antiviral measures for the society: contactless justice
RAB is on the Wire: why Ukraine needs incentive based regulation in the energy sector, and what tariff disparities it is able to correct
Tax discount: What is it and how it helps to save a family budget
A company liquidation or “Ukrainian offshore”: What to do with CFCs in light of Law No.466-IX
How to declare income to avoid double taxation
Who has to pay taxes and where
What has changed?
“Stuck” in another country: how will the quarantine affect the taxation of individuals?
Countries around the world are responding to the coronavirus crisis by introducing tax incentives. What about Ukraine?
“Antiviral” measures for business: work under quarantine and personal data in the face of a pandemic (Part 3)
COVID-19 and transfer pricing: saving ‘private’ distributor
One head is bad, three heads – even worse. About ‘Plan B’ for foreign company owners and account holders
Coronavirus entrapped business in quarantine. How to save business and the economy of Ukraine
“Antiviral” laws: an inrush of home-based workers and force majeure for all (Part 2)
“Antiviral” measures for business: recommendations of lawyers (Part 1)
How to reduce the pandemic impact on employees: A guide for company leaders
Deloitte Ukraine CEO Kulyk talks Naftogaz, auditor’s growth, mistakes
Over the last two years, Deloitte’s business in Ukraine has been better than its global average: In 2018, the company’s local business grew by 12% and its audit division grew by 13%. The business’s consulting division grew by 65% in 2018.