BBJ biweekly: Tax tips, Expat CEO awards

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How will changes in the Hungarian laws impact your tax bill? Why do firms pay for custom accounting software when free options are available? And what are the secrets to success of the winners of the BBJ Expat CEO 2016 awards? Find the answers, and loads more interesting reading, in the latest biweekly edition of the Budapest Business Journal – out now.

You can also learn about what the central bank can do when both the base lending rate and prices are about as low as they can go. And you can better appreciate why the success of “Son of Saul” is so important for Film Commissioner Andrew Vajna.

All these stories and more can be found in the latest edition, available in print on newsstands now. You can also read the entire biweekly edition of the BBJ online, with your computer, smartphone or tablet, via bbj.hu Premium.

Get a look at the latest edition, and previous editions, right here. You can read five Premium articles online for free, and when youʼre ready to subscribe, you can buy a password online.

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