The Crisis Decreases the Number of the Mergers and Acquisitions Market in Central and Eastern Europe
The market of mergers and acquisitions in the countries from Central and East Europe shrank by 40% in 2012.
The main reasons for the registered recession is: the continues debt crisis in the Eurozone, which is a main trade partner in the Region, the political unstable situation in some of the countries and the strict plans for budget economies, implemented from the countries.
During the previous year in the region… Continue reading »
LAW FOR PERSONAL INCOME TAXATION
Under the regulation of this law are individuals – resident or non-residents, local or foreign citizens. The following… Continue reading »
Sb Accounting & Consulting is happy to announce its acceptance as a full member in the American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria. The Chamber has a long tradition and substantial experience on the Bulgarian market, delivering true value and support to its hundreds of members.
Lead by our constant desire for conducting a top class business and to provide our clients with an exclusive service, Sb Accounting & Consulting has… Continue reading »
Good afternoon everybody! Sb Accounting & Consulting is happy to announce the new video update in our company’s official webpage. We welcome you to visit our renewed Video section in the Media & Communication department where you can now find the latest interview with the Business Development Manager of our company Mr. Bogdan Georgiev. Mr. Georgiev speaks about the company’s history, main areas of expertise, the team and… Continue reading »
The Growing Consumer Demand and Export Expected to Positively Influence the Fiscal Stability and Economic Environment in Bulgaria
The labour market has demonstrated its first indications for stable improvement and it can be concluded that it is steadily coming out of the recession. Last figures show that unemployment is expected to fall to 8.3% by the end of 2011 compared to 10.3% in 2010. The growing number of people working in the private and public sectors leads to a better purchasing capacity, better tax collection figures and respectively… Continue reading »