QUE to freelancers from Latvia and Lithuania about taxes
Thread poster: M_S (X)

M_S (X)
English to Russian
Sep 20, 2010

Dear colleagues from Latvia and Lithuania who are freelancers, that is 1) not agencies; 2) registered as a business entity. Please share with me: 1) how much taxes do you pay, including fixed payments (are there any?); 2) what type of registered business is most suitable, tax-friendly, etc. in your country for a solo freelancer (is it individual entrepreneurship or maybe a company). I've heard that in Lithuania now being an individual entrepreneur (or whatever it is called there) is a worse option than being registered as a company. Is this true?


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