Croatia offers companies endless opportunities for growth and expansion, but there are challenges managing a business there. You must have a registered accountant to manage your tax filings and reporting to the government. Croatia also has a PDV tax (similar to VAT in other countries) that is 25% added to the sale of items (10% on select tourist items). Accepting cash payments for your business increases your reporting liability to the government, and you must purchase specific software to report cash transactions in real-time.
Managing payroll in Croatia is made easier with cloud-based payroll software with aggregated reporting from Blue Marble Global Payroll. Blue Marble also has in-country experts in Croatia to help set up your business, manage accounting and tax filings, and ensure payroll compliance. Simplify your global operations and ensure compliance in Croatia or any of the 135+ countries we serve.