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Companies have a lot to think about during an expansion to Lithuania, including HR, taxes, compliance management, payroll setup, and more. As a global PEO, G-P’ goal is to help make your expansion faster and easier by running your payroll and lifting everything from compliance management to tax obligations off your shoulders and onto our own. When you work with us, you won’t have to set up your Lithuania payroll and learn the country’s employment compliance laws — we’ll take care of everything for you.

Taxation Rules in Lithuania

As an employer, you have to ensure your employees are paying taxes so they can keep working for you. Employees pay income tax of 20% on income not exceeding 82,162 Euros and 32% on any income that exceeds that and social security of 19.5%.

Employers also have their own taxes to worry about. You must pay a social insurance tax of 1.45% to 2.71%. Employers also need to contribute 0.16% to the Long-term Employment Fund and 0.16% to the Guaranteed Fund. Keep in mind that Lithuania is working on changing its tax laws, particularly for low-wage workers, so you should watch for any tax law updates.

Lithuania Payroll Options for Companies

When you’re examining how to set everything up, remember that you have four main Lithuania payroll options:

  • Internal: Larger subsidiaries that are committed to Lithuania long-term may choose to set up an internal Lithuania payroll. This option will require a larger budget to support a full HR staff.
  • Remote: When using a remote payroll, you’ll add your subsidiary’s employees to your parent company’s payroll. Though doing so can streamline your payroll, all employees will have different tax and payroll regulations.
  • Lithuania payroll processing company: If you’d rather outsource, you can work with a local Lithuania payroll processing company that will take care of your payroll. However, you’ll still have to worry about compliance.
  • Lithuania payroll outsourcing: G-P is the Lithuania payroll outsourcing option you need to take care of both compliance and your payroll. We take on the risk of compliance, so you won’t have to worry.

How to Set Up a Payroll in Lithuania

Companies looking to expand to Lithuania typically have to establish a subsidiary in the country first. This process is necessary before you can set up your Lithuania payroll, hire employees, and pay them. However, you can skip this step through Lithuania payroll outsourcing with G-P. As the Employer of Record, we use our existing subsidiary to help you start working faster.

Entitlement/Termination Terms

Termination can prove difficult in any country, but it’s even more of a hassle in a foreign country with different employment compliance laws. You should include certain entitlement and termination terms in your employment contracts before choosing a Lithuania payroll option and adding your employees.

Lithuania allows fixed and indefinite contracts as well as probation periods up to three months. Employers can terminate an employee by giving two months’ notice, and that employee is generally entitled to severance pay based on their length of service if they’re terminated without fault.

Payroll Processing Company in Lithuania

G-P can help make your expansion successful. Contact us today to learn more about Lithuania payroll outsourcing.


THIS CONTENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL OR TAX ADVICE. You should always consult with and rely on your own legal and/or tax advisor(s). G-P does not provide legal or tax advice. The information is general and not tailored to a specific company or workforce and does not reflect G-P’s product delivery in any given jurisdiction. G-P makes no representations or warranties concerning the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of this information and shall have no liability arising out of or in connection with it, including any loss caused by use of, or reliance on, the information.

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