Czech taxes in English

Czech solidarity tax: who pays it and how to get this money back?

Czech solidarity tax

The Czech Solidarity tax (solidární daň) is also colloquially called Millionaire tax (milionářská daň). It is an additional 7% tax applicable on income of high-earning individuals. You may not think of yourself as a millionaire, but the Czech Tax Office’s opinion might differ from yours. You can easily get into this group if, for example, …

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When you don’t need to pay income tax in Czech Republic?

income tax in Czech Republic

Personal income tax in Czech Republic is at 15% rate. However, not all income must be taxed. For example, under certain conditions, occasional earnings are not a subject of taxation at all. Not even as a subject of social security or obligatory health insurance contributions. As long as such occasional income doesn’t exceed 30000 CZK …

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Czech tax return: tax deductions and discounts you should know about

Czech tax deductions and discounts

How to apply all Czech tax deductions when paying my income tax? What about tax discounts? What is the difference? There are so many questions that come up when foreigners try to optimize their taxes in Czechia. Having a solid understanding of what to deduct from your income tax while filing your tax return is …

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Czech tax return: when, how, where? Plus tax advisers who speak English.

Czech tax return when, how, where

Filing your Czech tax return doesn’t have to be a miserable experience. It’s not just something all responsible adults do every year. It is also an excellent opportunity to make the government return you some money from the taxes you had paid already. Many foreigners feel frustrated over the fact they cannot handle their Czech …

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Czech tax return: should you submit it yourself? Czech tax resident vs not.

Czech tax return: should you submit it yourself? Czech tax resident vs. not!

Dealing with your Czech tax return can be a pretty confusing experience. But it doesn’t have to be if you get the basics straight. Not everyone needs to file their Czech taxes and deal with tax return, certainly not every foreigner. While the basic rule of thumb is simple: multiple sources of income = you …

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Use a data mailbox to sort your Czech income tax online and handle other bureaucracy

czech taxes online - use a data mailbox

Wouldn’t it be great if you were able to do your czech taxes online? And how about sorting out a bunch of other paperwork without leaving your home? Well, living in Czech Republic as a foreigner inevitably brings a fair amount of bureaucracy to deal with. That’s why I see having a data mailbox (datová …

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