Cryptocurrencies and taxes in the Czech Republic
Tax policy of the Czech Republic regarding cryptocurrencies, mining cryptocurrencies and selling merchandise and services for cryptocurrencies. All the mentioned points are described in this article. Methodological introduction. The concept of “cryptocurrency” Currently, there are more than 1000 virtual or digital “currencies” also called cryprocurrencies (“kryptoměny (KM)” in Czech) in the world. The most popular ones...
Who should make advanced payments on income taxes?
Who exactly should make the advanced payments on income taxes in the Czech Republic, what are the payments due dates and what are the risks for ones who ignore the obligation to pay? We will shed the light on these questions in this article. The tax obligations for some tax-payers are not limited by submitting...
Children tax benefits in Czechia
This is about tax benefits for children and changes in providing the tax bonus. This important news was introduced by the Czech Ministry of Finance along with the revised Law on State Social Support. It means that parents will be able to save on income taxes in 2018 more than they did in the previous...
Great news for the parents of preschool children!
The maximum tax benefit that can be used by parents whose children attend preschool institutions in 2017 was increased to 1100 korunas for each child. The maximum discount in 2017 was 11 000 korunas, comparing to 9900 korunas available for taxpayers in 2016. When completing the Declaration on Income Tax from the Population for 2017...
Innovation in the Czech Republic: company owners are to be added to the General Register
As always, January brings legislative changes. One of them was the Law on public registering of legal entities and individuals that came into force on January 1, 2018 (the law was approved as early as the autumn of 2016). Companies and other legal entities do not have the right to conceal the information about their...
When to register as a VAT payer in Czechia?
VAT (value-added tax) is often called a universal one as it is very frequently paid by physical and legal persons. It is obligatory in most countries including the Czech Republic to pay VAT. There are certain cases when companies and sole traders must register as VAT payers and we will describe them here. Type 1...
Expat explorer new report: Czechia Is #1 Country for Work Abroad
The Czech Republic in numbers: 87% of foreigners moved here for work or business are “generally satisfied”, country ranks high in the Job Security, Work-Life Balance and Career Options sub-categories. Please see a full report here: https://www.internations.org/expat-insider/2017/czech-republic-39210
Outsourcing VS full-time accountant
You run a small or medium size business? You want to reduce your operating costs? You want accounting services of high quality for reasonable money? Then this article is for you. Do you know why today’s companies prefer outsourcing rather than a full-time accountant? Let’s figure that out! Outsourcing is the transfer of some functions...