New rules of cash payments in Ukraine Jun 13

From July 1st, 2018, the National Bank of Ukraine will apply changes to rules for rounding up total amounts of cash payments.
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Amendments of daily allowances in Lithuania Jun 06

It has been announced that from July 1st, 2018, the rates of daily allowances of posted workers will change in Lithuania. The rate is going to increase from 5.70€/day to 15€/day.
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Ukraine reports strenghtening economic ties with Estonia May 30

During an official government visit of Estonian President Mrs. Kaljulaid to Ukraine, Ukrainian President Poroshenko stated that the trade turnover between two countries increased 30% during 2017.
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Leinonen Lithuania informs about environmental pollution tax interests May 23

The State Tax of Lithuania (STI) gives a formal explanation on the late payment interests for overdue calculated and paid tax of environmental pollution.
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Leinonen Ukraine explains the influence of GDPR May 16

From May 25th, 2018, the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection (GDPR) is taking effect in EU, with the purpose of protecting the personal data of EU citizens without reference to the territory in which they are stored.
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Simplified recruiting process of non-EU workers in Lithuania May 09

Simpler procedures for recruiting foreign employees from non-EU countries is being developed for Lithuanian companies.
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Leinonen Belarus is now open for business in Minsk May 04

We are delighted to inform our clients and partners that Leinonen has expanded its coverage of Eastern European markets to include Belarus. Our Minsk office is brand new and fully owned by our parent entity Leinonen Group, and offers the same high-quality accounting, payroll and advisory services that Leinonen is known for across Europe. The new office is managed by Finnish hands on-site by Tuomas M. Pukkala and is found in the heart of Minsk’s historical center at Zybitskaya Street 4.
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Loan declaration submission in Estonia. May 02

From January 1st 2018, changes to the Estonian Income Tax Act took force, stating that a resident company has to pay income tax on a loan granted to a shareholder, partner or member of the company if the circumstances of the transaction refer that this may constitute a hidden profit distribution.
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