Czech Republic is a state in which the level of taxation is generally lower, compared to other countries from its vicinity. Both natural persons and legal entities can benefit of various tax deductions and incentives applicable in Czech Republic; if you want to find out to which deductions you are entitled to, our Czech company formation specialistscan provide you with further information.
Czech tax exemptions
Businessmen interested in the tax legislation applicable to companies in Czech Republicshould know that the local authorities offer a set of rules and regulations advantageous to foreign businesses, which can be emplpoyed as tax optimization solutions. One major tax deduction applicable to foreign companies is related to the standard corporate rate. Although local and foreign companies are imposed with the same taxation system, in the case of corporate tax, the local authorities impose a corporate tax of 15% on foreign sourced income , compared to the standard corporate tax of 19%.
The following video offers a short presentation on the manner in which investors can benefit from tax minimization procedures in Czech Republic:
Antoher tax minimzation solution can be used by companies with operations in several sectors which are 100% exempt of Value Added Tax (VAT), which is currently applicable at the rate of 21%. As such, business activity in the field of exports or international transportation is not required to pay any VAT.
Companies and other legal entities which provide services in several domains are also full exempt from paying the VAT; services in the broadcasting industry, postal industry, insurance, education and gambling do not have to pay this tax; our company formation agentscan provide you with further information on this matter.
Czech legislation allows a series of corporate tax deductions for operating expenses. Also, charity donations can be deducted by the company only if the total value of the donation is above CZK 2,000; the tax can be reduced up to 10% of its standard rate.
Other tax minimization options companies can use is the deduction of the costs of fix assets and lease payments. Expenses incurred by the research and development department can also be deducted under several conditions, which can be explained by our company formation specialists.
Starting a company in the Czech Republic can be difficult since it involves such complex procedures. The team from CzechCompanyIncorporation.com is very qualified and benefits from extensive expertise in this area.
Mihai Cuc, Partner of
Enescu&Cuc; Law Firm www.romanianlawoffice.com