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Hungary’s govt. unveils €1.7bn income tax refund for families

Hungary’s govt. unveils €1.7bn income tax refund for families

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Wage growth in Hungary slows to 3.5% in June

Hungary’s year-on-year wage growth decelerated to 3.5% in June from 8.2% the month before, dropping below the rate of inflation, according to the Central Statistical Office (KSH).

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When you are forced to retire early

Millions have lost their jobs over the last year due to the pandemic and deteriorating global economies. Included in this group are older professionals who were given forced early retirement.

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Hungary’s govt. unveils €1.7bn income tax refund for families

Hungary’s govt. unveils €1.7bn income tax refund for families

Markets

Wage growth in Hungary slows to 3.5% in June

Hungary’s year-on-year wage growth decelerated to 3.5% in June from 8.2% the month before, dropping below the rate of inflation, according to the Central Statistical Office (KSH).

Markets

When you are forced to retire early

Millions have lost their jobs over the last year due to the pandemic and deteriorating global economies. Included in this group are older professionals who were given forced early retirement.

Markets

Status Symbols and Conspicuous Consumption?

We all like to brag with a new toy, gadget, or car.

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COVID restrictions eased in Czech Republic

This week, the Czech Republic will be easing its COVID-19 restrictions, ahead of the festive season.

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Hungary GDP expected to drop by 6.4%

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which has left harsher effects than the 2008, the Hungarian Finance Minister Mihály Varga suggested that the country’s GDP could potentially fall by 6.4% in 2020. 

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Bank of England MPC Press Conference

There has been some renewed dollar weakness, the catalyst being how the pound fired up a little bit, and mostly due to last Friday’s ’ BOE interest rate decision

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Can Hong Kong Survive as Asia’s Financial Hub?

Hong Kong island was ceded to Britain after China’s defeat in the first opium war in the 19th century

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Expats and Tax

You decided to relocate and are now living and working abroad

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Czech adds rail investment budget amid outbreak crisis

The Czech government has confirmed that it will be adding more investment budget for its rail infrastructure to Koruna 46.9 billion for 2020.

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Poland lifts some lockdown restrictions

As of April 19, Poland has slowly started to lift lockdown measures imposed to restrict the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Hungary’s govt. unveils €1.7bn income tax refund for families

Hungary’s govt. unveils €1.7bn income tax refund for families

Markets

Wage growth in Hungary slows to 3.5% in June

Hungary’s year-on-year wage growth decelerated to 3.5% in June from 8.2% the month before, dropping below the rate of inflation, according to the Central Statistical Office (KSH).

Markets

When you are forced to retire early

Millions have lost their jobs over the last year due to the pandemic and deteriorating global economies. Included in this group are older professionals who were given forced early retirement.

Markets

Status Symbols and Conspicuous Consumption?

We all like to brag with a new toy, gadget, or car.

Markets

COVID restrictions eased in Czech Republic

This week, the Czech Republic will be easing its COVID-19 restrictions, ahead of the festive season.

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