BDR, spol. s r.o. is an audit and consultancy company with 25 years of experience.  It has it offices in the capital of Slovak Republic – Bratislava, as well as in Banska Bystrica /middle Slovakia/.

We offer high quality professional services in the following areas:

  • AUDIT
  • TAX ADVICE
  • CUSTOMS CONSULTANCY
  • ACCOUNTING, PAYROLL SERVICES
  • LEGAL SERVICES
  • TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES
  • CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL CONSULTING
  • INTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES
  • TRANSFER PRICING

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It ranks among the twenty largest audit companies in Slovakia. BDR is also an independent member of the international audit firm Moore Stephens International Limited, which is one of the world’s largest auditing and advisory networks, with 292 independent companies in 626 locations, and more than 26,000 employees in 103 countries spread across the globe.

Thanks to the global presence – BDR  can help you solve any problems not only in Slovakia but also abroad.

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Insurance tax

On 20 June 2018, the National Council of the Slovak Republic passed an Act on insurance tax effective of 1 January 2019. The new insurance tax will have a flat-rate basis of 8 % and apply to all non-life insurance products, with the exception of mandatory contractual insurance where the existing 8% payment remains in…

“eKasa” project

The Financial Administration of the Slovak Republic has prepared a project enabling an online connection of all cash registers to the “eKasa” portal run by the Financial Administration. In practice, it means that the Financial Administration will be informed about each transaction immediately after each issued receipt is registered with the central eKasa disposal site.…

Transfer pricing of financial transactions

On 3 July 2018, the OECD issued a proposal to amend the OECD guideline on financial transactions. The provisions in question are anticipated to shed more light on the means of pricing, e.g., intragroup loans, guarantees, and cash pooling. Special attention is paid to the real content of a transaction and the issue of concealed…