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Hungary Cuts Tax on Payroll – What Affect Will That Have?

After a good look at the wages and taxes that Hungarian workers have had to face recently, the Hungarian government has made some sweeping changes that affect everyone – employees and employers – when it comes to who is paid what, and how. There is a big problem with recruitment in Hungary, with many preferring…

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Creating A Job Application – What Can You Say?

The world of job adverts and applications can be a tricky one to get right. There are so many regulations and advisories about exactly what you can and can’t say in order to find the person you need for the job that it almost seems more trouble than it’s worth. But without creating a job…

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What Could £1,700 A Month Give You?

If every person in a country was guaranteed £1,700 every month, what difference would that make? What change would that make to society as a whole? We may soon find out. Switzerland is set to become the first country in the world to vote on whether residents should get 2,500 Swiss francs (which equates to…

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The Penalties For Not Paying The National Living Wage

On the 1st April all UK employers were legally obliged to start paying their employees the new National Living Wage. For anyone aged 25 or over, this amounts to £7.20 an hour (for those under 25 it is the National Minimum Wage that applies). The intention is for it to be reviewed each April and…

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