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Taxation in Croatia

The structure of taxation in Croatia includes both direct taxation through income taxes, profit taxes, and indirect taxation through VAT.

Corporate Tax

20%

Personal Income Tax

Personal income tax is paid on a world-wide income in the case of tax residency in Croatia. You are eligible to pay personal income tax if you have a registered residence in Croatia and you intend to stay more than 183 days over a period of 2 years. Personal Income Tax is based on income earned from paid work and property rights.

HRK 0 - 43,200 12%
HRK 43,200 - 129,600 25%
Above HRK 129,600 40%

Profit Tax

You are eligible if you are an entrepreneur and therefore you are independently and permanently engaged in business activity with the purpose of gaining a profit.

VAT

The VAT rate is 25%. The reduced rate is 5% - 13%

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