Bit Of Croatia In Big Panama Papers

Jack Sparrow’s words (from the movie “Pirates of the Caribbean”) “Take what you can, give nothing back” seems to have the been the motto dished out equally by an enormous number of world’s leaders or distinguished persons regardless of the fact that these leaders are engaged in conflicts between each other, have wide or opposing […]

Croatia: A Stalinist Lean?

  Arresting someone on suspicion or charges of tax fraud and embezzlement is not an uncommon thing throughout the world, so the fact that it occurs in Croatia is really not as newsworthy as the government controlled large part of Croatian media makes it out to be. But very few countries could beat Croatia and […]

Croatia: Fiscalization to control gray economy

The concept and the practice of fiscalization in controlling the gray economy, stamping out or minimizing avoidance of business sales tax, goods and services tax or VAT or whatever it’s called depending on where you live, has as of 1st January 2013 become a reality in Croatia. Fiscalization generally pursues as efficient as possible control […]

Name and Shame: Croatia finding its way out of tax evasion anarchy

The concepts of “paying taxes” and “mandatory employer contributions to pension/superannuation funds” that form a large part of good corporate and general citizenship in western democracies have eluded the Croatian income earners on a grand scale, it seems. While the majority of corporate or individual citizens in the West complain about the taxes, they pay […]

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