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1. The results of Acsour’s annual client satisfaction survey
Every year we ask our clients to evaluate the general level of our services and let us know what they think about our specific services. Based on the results of the survey we have conducted, we can state that we have managed to maintain our figures from last year and even to raise the level of satisfaction. Based on 2017 year results, 92% of our clients are satisfied with us.
To find out more about the survey we have conducted, please follow this link.
Acsour appreciates the business of our clients and the confidence you have placed in us. We are constantly working to maintain the high level of our services and to improve the services we supply.
2. New requirements for the protection of personal data of EU citizens will be of concern for Russian companies
Starting from 25 May 2018, a new General Data Protection Regulation for European nationals (GDPR) is coming into effect in the European Union.
The GDPR will have extra-territorial effect, meaning that it will apply in relation to all companies that provide goods and supply services to EU nationals or those companies that process their personal data, regardless of the geographical location of such companies Therefore, Russian companies that employ EU nationals should review their personal data documentation in terms of its compliance with the GDPR and amend it, if necessary.
Should you receive any requests from your headquarters regarding compliance with the GDPR, Acsour’s experts will help you to bring your personal data regulations into line with the EU statutory requirements.
According to the results of the latest researches, personnel trainings entered TOP 3 list of HR-budget expense items, became one of the company’s priority development program and strong motivation factor for employees.
The chapter 25 in the part II of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation (RF) plays the key role in the system of normative regulation of corporate profit tax (CPT). The procedure for calculation and payment of CPT is directly stated in this chapter.
According to the article 284 of the Tax Code, the tax rate for corporate profit tax is set at 20 percent, unless otherwise is specified by this article.