2020-2021 isn’t just about the pandemic and lockdowns, it’s also a time of huge developments for IT in Ukraine: a plan to prevent BEPS was adopted, Diia City emerged during this time of change in labor laws and the new efforts to convert sole proprietorships into proper employees, not to mention the Google Tax Act.
According to official statistics, the IT industry makes up the third largest share of Ukraine's GDP. This tells regulators that IT companies have money and can pay more to the budget. That is why changes in legislation are a serious challenge for IT and, unfortunately, an opportunity for regulators to put pressure on business.
A1 Consulting team together with Maksym Nosarev and Tretten Lawyers are holding a webinar "What IT Business Should Expect in 2022", during which we will review all the latest and most significant IT-related changes in legislation and share our experience on how to avoid inspections, fines and extra taxes, both in Ukraine and abroad.
Register at the link for the free webinar "What IT Business Should Expect in 2022" and find out:
- Which work format is best for different IT companies
- How Diia City will affect business structure and work format
- Anti-BEPS rules: CFC, permanent establishments, transfer pricing, and other tax changes
- What is the best way to structure your IT business abroad
The webinar starts on November 11 at 11:00 am. It will be held online and will last for 1.5 hours.
The webinar will be held online, in Ukrainian and Russian. After registration, you will receive an email with a link to the broadcast.
The format of the event does not involve the participation of representatives of consulting, legal and audit companies. The organizers reserve the right to refuse registration if it is not done from a corporate email.
If you have any questions about the registration, please contact Mariya Koshutska via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +38 (044) 300 2560.