Tax Residency

US-Hungarian double taxation treaty canceled – what to watch out for?

The agreement remained in force until 31 December 2023, but now it is not applicable anymore. In response, Hungary has introduced some changes to tax regulations to mitigate the impact.

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Hungarian pension tax records accessible online

As part of the electronic administration in Hungary, personal pension tax records are available for review online. With your Ügyfélkapu access, you can log in to the database of the Treasury, and see if everything is fine. Read on to learn how that works.

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Social contribution tax in Hungary: an overview

In Hungary, social contribution tax is paid on various types of income of natural persons. The tax is aimed toward supporting social institutions, such as pensions and allowances. Its rate is 13% of the tax base. Read on to get a quick summary of how it works.

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When do you need a Van der Elst visa?

If you have a Hungarian company with third-country nationals working for you in Hungary, they might need a Van der Elst visa when they are posted to another EU country. Get a quick overview of how that works.

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U.S.-Hungarian double taxation treaty stays canceled

Last week the Hungarian Tax Authority has published a notice about the effects of the cancellation of the U.S.-Hungarian double taxation treaty. This marks an end to hopes that the treaty might be reinstated or a new treaty might be introduced.

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Double taxation treaty cancelled between the US and Hungary

Early July, the U.S. canceled the double taxation treaty between Hungary and the U.S. Unless a new treaty is signed over the next year or so, natural persons and entities that have income from both the U.S. and Hungary will face a significant tax increase starting from January 2024. Double taxation treaty with the U.S. …

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U.S. cancels double taxation treaty with Hungary

On 8 July 2022, the U.S. officially notified Hungary that it was unilaterally terminating the double taxation treaty between the two countries. But what does that mean exactly, and what to expect?

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Dividend in Hungary 101: how much do you get from your company?

When you set up a Hungarian company, you probably expect to make money on it. But how much of the company’s revenue can you actually take for yourself? Learn the basics of Hungarian corporate taxes, and how to take dividend from your company. From revenue to profit The money your Hungarian company gets from sales …

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Paying taxes as a white card holder in Hungary

The white card is a new residency option in Hungary targeting digital nomads: third country citizens employed by foreign companies who perform their job online and like always being on the go. But how does paying taxes work as a white card holder? Let us help you find out! White card: residency for digital nomads …

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Why your tax residency may differ from your address

Taxation is simple if you only have income where you live. However, it gets complicated when you start making money in two countries. By determining your tax residency, you can find out where you need to pay taxes. There are a lot of factors to consider, but Helpers Finance has years of experience in this …

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