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How to pay the parent company for a software properly?

06/ 09/ 2018
    With a smile about serious! We had a very informative and lively discussion at the joint meeting of customs, legal and accounting committees. As turned out we raised a matter of current interest: how to pay for a software and communicate with the mother company in the right way. Oleg Kyryievskyi and Yuriy Repeta presented practical cases that shown how unawareness can lead to expensive consequences, introduced possible risks on using software and shared some insights and recommendations on why and how to be proactive, and avoid unfavourable outcomes. Natalia Anokhina also shared her experience handling similar cases and valuable advice. We would like to thank our speakers for creative approach to presentation and open discussion, to participants for activity and questions, and of course, to Advice Group for a friendly atmosphere and hospitality.
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With a smile about serious!

We had a very informative and lively discussion at the joint meeting of customs, legal and accounting committees. As turned out we raised a matter of current interest: how to pay for a software and communicate with the mother company in the right way. Oleg Kyryievskyi and Yuriy Repeta presented practical cases that shown how unawareness can lead to expensive consequences, introduced possible risks on using software and shared some insights and recommendations on why and how to be proactive, and avoid unfavourable outcomes. Natalia Anokhina also shared her experience handling similar cases and valuable advice.

We would like to thank our speakers for creative approach to presentation and open discussion, to participants for activity and questions, and of course, to Advice Group for a friendly atmosphere and hospitality.

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