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Taxation of Investment Funds in Czech Republic

Updated on Monday 11th December 2017

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Taxation-of-the-Investment-Funds-in-Czech-Republic.jpgInvestment funds are taxed under a different taxation system than the one applicable to commercial companies and thus, businessmen who want to open a company in Czech Republic in the investment field should comply with the applicable regulations. The legislation regarding the taxation of investment funds in Czech Republic was recently modified and, starting with 1st of January 2015, the Income Tax Act prescribe a new taxation scheme, on which our team of company formation representatives in Czech Republic can provide in-depth information. 

Taxation of Czech investment funds 

Under the new regulations of the Income Tax Act, investment funds set up as closed-ended vehicles are imposed with a tax applicable at the rate of 19%
Up until this new Act, the investment funds in Czech Republic were taxed at the same rate, but investors interested in company formation in Czech Republic should be aware that, starting with 2015, such vehicles are taxed in accordance with the class of funds in which the investment vehicle is included. 

Basic investment funds in Czech Republic 

At the moment, basic investment funds in Czech Republic, which are prescribed under the Section 17 of the Income Tax Act, can still be imposed with a lower rate of 5%
According to the Act, basic investment funds refer to the following categories: 
funds which trade their stocks on European regulated markets;
investment companies with variable capital (set up as investment funds or sub-funds);
open-ended mutual funds;
investment vehicles in which more than 90% of the assets are being invested in stocks and bonds
Our team of company formation consultants in Czech Republic can offer more details related to the registration of the above mentioned investment vehicles
At the same time, businessmen who want to invest in Czech Republic should know that pension funds registered here are exempted from paying a tax on the corporate income. 
We invite businessmen to address to our team of company formation agents in Czech Republic for more details related to taxation matters. Our specialists can offer advice on the taxation applicable to commercial companies, as well as on the taxation system applicable to natural persons. 


  • Terry 2017-02-03

    Interesting! I will study the Income Tax Act to see the new regulations.

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