Advices in Croatia

Advice #91

Peculiarities of the tax system in Croatia

Despite the fact that almost all European countries are committed to the unity of laws and integration in the areas of economic and social policies, tax systems of European countries do not differ by unity. Russian analysts of the consulting company “TexArt Group” researched the tax system 38 European countries with developed market economies, and weak, still “wobbly” after the...

Croatia 
26 July 2015 5476
Advice #46

How to receive permanent residence in Croatia?

The basis for obtaining permanent residence in Croatia is continuous residence in the territory of the country for 3-5 years, the status of residence permit. In practice, permanent residence can be obtained only after 5 years. And every year it should be carried out on the territory of Croatia at least for 10 months.The certain basis for obtaining permanent residence in Croatia is a marriage with a citizen...

Croatia 
26 July 2015 1588
Advice #45

How to receive residence permit in Croatia?

To stay in the country longer than 90 days you need to apply for temporary permit (residence permit). The residence permit is issued for a year, and then it is extended. To apply for a residence permit in Croatia have the right: spouses and minor children of Croatian citizens or who has already had a residence permit; property owners; the owners of the company, registered and based in Croatia, foreign...

Croatia 
26 July 2015 1992
Advice #44

How to register a company in Croatia?

The opening services firms in Croatia today are numerous agencies and consulting firms, a list of which can be easily found on the Internet. In addition, this can help, for a fee, all licensed attorneys and lawyers of Croatia. Their services, except for taxes and fees, will cost you from 500 to 2000 Euro. The whole procedure should take you 2 to 4 weeks.Document required to open the company is your...

Croatia 
26 July 2015 1507
Advice #43

How to receive mortgage in Croatia?

As in many other countries, in Croatia only residents have the advantage to get credit on mortgage. Residents are citizens of Croatia and Croatians living abroad. It is almost impossible for citizens of other countries to buy property in Croatia on credit.But it cannot hurt to try. You have a chance, if you are: a legal entity organized and operating in the territory of the country. Being a citizen of the...

Croatia 
26 July 2015 2030
Advice #42

How to open a Bank account in Croatia?

Not having a residence permit or citizenship of Croatia to open a personal account at the Bank in the status “Not resident”. For this you need your Russian passport, temporary residence permit at some address in Croatia (issued by police), the application for account opening (to be filled in the Bank, with the assistance of the Manager).Immediately stipulate the currency in which you open an...

Croatia 
26 July 2015 3778
Advice #41

How to choose a Bank in Croatia?

In Croatia today in the financial market about 30 banks are represented. As local (with less capital owned by individuals), and large, with well-known foreign brands. To the big banks of Croatia, working on the market for a dozen years, we can be attributed to these banks as, for example: Banca Popolare Croatia, OTP banka Hrvatska, Raiffeisen bank Austria, Sberbank, Societe Generale-Splitska banka...

Croatia 
26 July 2015 1617

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