Question Best EU country for paying taxes ?

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tacokai

Mentor Group Gold
There are mosre discussion already about this topic.
 

flashbang

Active Member
There are mosre discussion already about this topic.

I do not want to live in that country ....... so that's ain't for me.
 

RealDude

Entrepreneur
Lowest statutory CIT
9%: Hungary, Montenegro
10%: Andorra, Bosnia, Macedonia, Kosovo
12%: Moldavia
12.5%: Cyprus, Gibraltar, Ireland
CIT based on revenue
1%: Romania (<= 1.000.000€; >= 1 employee)
3%: Romania (<= 1.000.000€; no employees)
9%: Poland (<= 2.000.000€)

CIT if not distributed
0%: Estonia, Poland

Poland seems underrated?
 
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Forester

Silver Member
Just a remark:
9%: Poland (<= 2.000.000€)
Yes; beware that the 2M threshold for the revenue (not the profit!) includes the amount of VAT due.

CIT if not distributed
0%: Estonia, Poland
In Poland it seems to be much more complicated than in Estonia. The taxpayer have to meet a set of conditions, such as maximum income limit, appropriate shareholding structure, incurring investment expenses or keeping a certain level of employment. Then the tax will be deferred until the profit from the company is paid (distributed).
 

marzio

Mentor Group Gold
In Poland it seems to be much more complicated than in Estonia. The taxpayer have to meet a set of conditions, such as maximum income limit, appropriate shareholding structure, incurring investment expenses or keeping a certain level of employment. Then the tax will be deferred until the profit from the company is paid (distributed).

Indeed is more complicated.

I investigated it some time ago and while they simplified some criteria you have to hire at least 3 people but the real deal breaker for me was that only natural persons can be shareholders.
 

RealDude

Entrepreneur
In Poland it seems to be much more complicated than in Estonia. The taxpayer have to meet a set of conditions, such as maximum income limit, appropriate shareholding structure, incurring investment expenses or keeping a certain level of employment. Then the tax will be deferred until the profit from the company is paid (distributed).
Correct. For 2022 they „simplified“ the rulez ;-)

 

RealDude

Entrepreneur
Would you really consider relocating to Poland ?
Considering it for sure
1. My wife is from Poland
2. Many polish people studied in Germany or England and are returning to there home country to support it
3. the people over there are more open and relaxed and know how to live good life
4. It‘s better than in Romania i think

And: They do not care about the EU rules
 

flashbang

Active Member
Considering it for sure
1. My wife is from Poland
2. Many polish people studied in Germany or England and are returning to there home country to support it
3. the people over there are more open and relaxed and know how to live good life
4. It‘s better than in Romania i think

And: They do not care about the EU rules

are the polish girls hot though ?
 

fredouille1973

New member
you need to look the whole picture, if estonia for example has 0% income taxe, dividendes, 20% and you can't live off on the company and put all your personal expenses on it
 

blackmax

New member
Lowest statutory CIT
9%: Hungary, Montenegro
10%: Andorra, Bosnia, Macedonia, Kosovo
12%: Moldavia
12.5%: Cyprus, Gibraltar, Ireland
In Gibraltar you pay taxes only on income generated in Gibraltar, if your income comes from other country, it is 0% tax.

Don't deal with Moldova, yes they have 12% profit tax, but they are not in EU.
 

RealDude

Entrepreneur
In Gibraltar you pay taxes only on income generated in Gibraltar, if your income comes from other country, it is 0% tax.
I am considering moving to Esteponia in Spain near Gibraltar. What tax construct do you recommend me with a company in Gibraltar (0% taxed) and residence in Spain?
 

omslegal

New member
5% corporate tax for small Lithuania companies (up to 300.000 EUR annual income).
Very popular among our clients, expecially Belarus and Ukraine programmers who want to emigrate to EU.
 

mAzzy

New member
5% corporate tax for small Lithuania companies (up to 300.000 EUR annual income).
Very popular among our clients, expecially Belarus and Ukraine programmers who want to emigrate to EU.

Another quote found online
Income tax

15%
5% for enterprises with number
less than 10 employees and annual
gross income less than 300 000 EUR
(subject to certain
conditions
)
0% for the first 10 years after establishment
and 7.5% in the next 6 years
for companies based in
free economic zone, if
investment reaches:
– 1 million EUR or
– 100 000 EUR, and the average
employees is at least 20,
and at least 75% of annual income
received from the provision of services.

0% in the first 20 years for businesses,
implementing the project within
the current agreement on large
investment projects
(concluded between January 1, 2021
year to December 31, 2025) if:
– investments reach 20 million
EUR (for Vilnius region - 30
million EUR); and
– average number of employees
is at least 150 (for
Vilnius region - 200); and
– at least 75% of annual income
comes from production
processing data or hosting web servers and related services.
20% for bank profits,
exceeding the threshold of 2 million
EUR (during the period from January 1
2020 to 2022)

"Subject to certain conditions" ...Anyone know which ones ? in order to respect to benefit from that special discounted CIT regime at 5%. Cheers
 
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