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Company formation in Croatia

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Croatia has a corporate tax rate of 20%. Companies that operate under VAT have to pay tax on purchases at 25%. Certain services, like those related to some of the foodstuffs, water supplies (excluding bottled water), newspapers (other than daily published newspapers with less than 50% advertising content), periodicals (magazines other than science periodicals with less than 50% advertising content), tickets for concerts, hotel accomodation, and others, benefit from a 13% VAT rate.

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It takes two weeks for a new company registration or shelf company transfer, in most cases. However, the set-up or transfer process will take up to 15 business days, if the shareholder of Croatian company is an overseas corporate entity
VAT registration requires up to 1 month in most cases (Croatian tax authorities may request additional information)
For a ready-to-use bank account a minimum of 15-20 days is required. (Account activation is possible only upon receipt of the required information and hand-signed application forms) http://www.confiduss.com/en/jurisdictions/croatia/business/company-formation/

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