Obligations of an Employer According to the Bulgarian Insurance and Tax Legislation When Sending a Hired Person On a Business Trip From a EU Member State to Bulgaria
The questions cаme from an organization, which is a part of an international concern, established from companies which are separate legal entities. For the purpose of exporting the German production in Bulgaria, an Italian citizen with a form A1 has been sent to the Bulgarian company, who has an active labor contract with one of the concern companies in Germany. Your company signed a tripartite contract with the
Recently we received a question from a visitor at our website which was the following:
“I am a sole shareholder of a limited liability company. In the company I have appointed a director, who I insure. I work on a labor contract with another employer, who insures me for all insurance cases. My question is, when I am insured from this employer, should I insure myself additionally in the
Dear clients and partners,
As from 1st of January 2013, there are changes which have been officially announced and implemented in the Bulgarian labour and insurance legislation. Driven by our constant desire to always keep you updated with all the statutory changes in Bulgaria that concern you and can directly influence your operations, we have prepared a brief summary of all the amendments and supplements in the payroll area
The latest official statistics announced by the Bulgarian Trade Register claims that Romanian investors are increasingly deciding to register firms in Bulgaria. In 2011 the number of Romanian companies registered in Bulgaria increased by 50% year-on-year. The report adds that the same goes for Greek investors, with the number of Greek companies in Bulgaria increasing by 72% in 2011 year-on-year reaching a total of 3 781.
The main reasons for… Continue reading »
The regime for residence of EU member states citizens and their families on the territory of Republic of Bulgaria is defined with the Law for entering, residence and leaving the territory of Republic of Bulgaria by citizens of the EU and the members of their families.
An EU citizen is permitted to reside in Bulgaria with an ID card or passport for maximum of three months. If a member… Continue reading »