A bill recently presented by the Hungarian Minister of Justice targets to speed up the registration procedures and the amendment notification procedures of civil organisations.
Under the Hungarian Advertisement Tax Act, companies are taxed at a rate depending on their advertisement turnover. Accordingly, companies with a higher advertisement turnover are subject to higher, progressive tax rates.
On 22 November 2016 the Hungarian Parliament approved the autumn tax package. In addition to the two main objectives of the changes (i.e. reducing the tax charges and increasing competitiveness), decreasing tax bureaucracy has also become important.
A JURI (Legal Affairs Committee of the European Parliament) meeting was held in October 2016, where Members of the JURI had the opportunity to hear a presentation about a new project on a future European code for business law.
Under the “1996 Posting of Workers Directive” (Directive 96/71/EC; “PWD”), “posted worker” means a worker who, for a limited period of time, carries out his work in the territory of a Member State other than the State in which he normally works. Posted workers are different from EU mobile workers in that sense that they remain in the host Member State temporarily and do not integrate into its labour market.