Although many Eastern European Countries are part of the EU the tax and social security legislation and rates may differ significantly and is frequently changing.For expatriates working in Eastern Europe being compliant with the different laws is not always simple, nor is it clear that different solutions could be given. Non-compliance may result in significant consequences and may not be limited to only financial penalties.
This guide serves as a quick reference guide to assist those who would be seconded to or within CEE or employers seconding expatriates to work in or within CEE. We have also given a comparison of the level of social security contributions and individual income tax in the mentioned CEE countries.
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