Whether your Czech / Slovak VAT registration is voluntary or backdated, it’s no problem for us. We’ll set you up so you can easily fulfill all your Czech / Slovak tax obligations.
If you have a registered place of business or establishment in the Czech Republic and your turnover exceeds 1 million CZK within a calendar year, you're obliged to register for VAT. Businesses without a seat in the Czech Republic must register for VAT when they make an intra-community delivery to another EU-member state. There is no threshold for them. For more information about the VAT registration in the Czech Republic please see our blog.
You'll automatically become a VAT payer when you make a taxable supply in the Czech Republic or Slovakia. Once this happens, you have 15 days to submit an application for registration. You can also do a voluntary registration and get your VAT number if you decide on it. For more information about the VAT registration in the Czech Republic please see our blog.
The basic VAT rate is 21 %. The first reduced rate is 15 %, and the second reduced rate equals 10 %. Depending on your business, we'll tell you which tax rate applies to you. For more information about the VAT rates in the Czech Republic or Slovakia please see our blog.
A taxable period is usually a calendar month, but in some cases it could be a calendar quarter. Once you're tax registered, our tax experts are happy to keep your business up to date by filing your tax returns at the right time. For more information about the VAT in the Czech Republic or Slovakia please see our blog.
We provide you with a list of everything you'll need. Once we receive the paperwork, the rest is up to us.
After collecting the paperwork, we'll know your business situation and can register for VAT on your behalf.
Once we submit the documentation, the whole process usually takes one to two weeks to get the VAT registration number for you. Quick, easy, stress-free.
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