How much time and money will the whole process take
If you decide to open a company in Croatia, it will cost you around EUR 900 plus the founding capital that needs to be deposited. If you meet all the conditions, you will receive a commercial court decision on the entry in the register within one month.
After entering in the court register, the company founders must make a seal, and the Central Bureau of Statistics will issue a notice on the classification of your company, which you can pick up at the counter of one of the government services. Founders can open a bank account with this notice, note on the entry in the court register, seal and passport.
Following all these procedures, the company can start operating. The only thing left to do is submit an application for payment of pension and health insurance within 15 days of starting the operations, which can be done at the Pension Insurance Institute or the Health Insurance Institute. At the end of the procedure, do not forget to report the company to the tax administration for entry in taxpayers’ register.