Is This the Most Underrated Country in Europe? Bosnia and Hercegovina (Freedom, Taxes, Rules, etc)

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It seems like everyone on the internet keeps talking about same places, while some other potentially amazing options are kept in the dark.

Today we are talking about such a place - Bosnia and Hercegovina.
This is not often discussed country, and you don’t see many foreigners and digital nomads going there. At least not yet.

Bosnia is one of the most unusual countries in the region.
Bosnia and Herzegovina: BiH shall consist of two Entities: the Republika Srpska and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Federacija Bosna i Hercegovina – hereinafter FBiH) and the Brcko District.

It is a very beautiful and peaceful country, with very kind and hospitable people.

Also, taxes are not bad at all!
Income tax is applied on a flat tax rate of 10% on income from both employment, interest, royalties, and capital gains. Social Security apply to most employment income. The employee pay 33% of gross salary, while the employer contribute 10.5% in addition. The Value-added tax VAT in Bosnia is 17% as standard rate, which is quite lower than in most of Europe.

Bosnia is truly Balkan's hidden gem. We'd highly recommend visiting Bosnia. We guarantee that you will not be disappointed.

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