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Czech Republic: First VAT ledger statements due 25 February

Czech Republic: VAT ledger statements due 25 February

The deadline for businesses to file the initial value added tax (VAT) ledger statements is 25 February 2016. As that filing deadline approaches, both taxpayers and the tax administration are finalizing preparations for first submissions.


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Read a January 2016 report [PDF 598 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in the Czech Republic: Tax and Legal Update


Other topics discussed in this KPMG report include:

  • Expanded reverse-charge mechanism, to counter VAT fraud in gas and electricity sector
  • VAT implications when there are company conversions
  • Research and development subsidies available for eligible programs
  • New time limits for foreign nationals to apply for employment cards

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