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The Georgian authorities are planning to revise their tax policy that came into force in January 2021. The review will also include tax breaks. Changes to the tax policy and additional tax benefits are one of the main demands of the opposition and businesses. Today, Georgia has several tax incentives for small and medium businesses.

Presenting the government’s program for 2021-2024, the Minister of Finance noted: «There will be no new tax incentives, and the existing ones will be revised considering their social and economic effect». 

The practice of tax agreements with companies will also be revised. Due to the pandemic, more and more businesses are resorting to bankruptcy proceedings resulting in the development and the adoption of the law on “Rehabilitation and Collective Satisfaction of Creditors”. The latter provides for the timely restoration of insolvent enterprises. As well as for a new regulated agreement procedure, which is a type of negotiating platform for businesses and its creditors.

The law came into force in April 2021. 

For additional information regarding the abovementioned information, please contact our Country Executive in Georgia, Ms Irina Lopatina, via email at irina.lopatina@eurofast.eu

Eurofast is a regional business advisory organisation employing local advisors in over 22 cities in South East Europe & Middle East (SEEME). The Organisation is uniquely positioned as one stop shop for investors and companies looking for professional services in South East Europe & Middle East. 

Irina Lopatina
Country Executive
Eurofast Tbilisi
irina.lopatina@eurofast.eu

19/4/21