People often asked me for recommendations on English speaking Czech tax advisers. I know that dealing with your Czech taxes might seem difficult and even overwhelming if you don’t speak Czech. Even though my experience of doing my Czech taxes proved to be quite straight-forward. Anyway, if you decide to approach an English speaking tax adviser for preparing your personal income tax return, I won’t judge you. And in fact, it doesn’t even have to drain you financially, as you will see below. Some of them can even submit your tax return on your behalf, so you will have virtually nothing to deal with. Here is my list based on recommendations I sourced from other foreigners living in Prague, and by searching in various social media groups for expats.
The list of English-speaking Czech tax advisers
|czechtaxesonline.cz||500 CZK||Simple online platform in English and several other languages. Fill the form in, download the ready files in PDF or XML.|
|jednoduchepriznani.cz||190 CZK||This is a bonus option for those who speak Czech. 🙂 They basically offer the same service as the one above (online platform), but it’s in Czech. Look at the price though!|
|accounting-taxes.cz||2000 CZK||Professional certified accountant with decent English.|
|expattaxes.cz||2000 – 4000 CZK||They also do US taxes, not only the Czech ones. Often recommended by foreigners in Prague.|
|Alexio||from 5000 CZK||Very established company with a lot of recommendations from foreigners. Terrible website though! 🙂 Call them!|
|expat-tax.cz||N/A||She is a certified tax adviser, very active on social media in various expats groups, always ready to help.|
|lerika.eu||N/A||An accounting firm recommended by many foreigners in Prague. They can file your Czech tax return for you.|
|os4os||N/A||An accounting firm, also recommended by many foreigners for handling their Income tax return in Czech Republic.|
John W Mohr, III, EA
|N/A||Experienced US and CZ tax adviser, also recommended by the US Embassy|
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Learn more about Czech taxes in English
- Czech tax return: tax deductions and discounts you should know about
- Czech tax advisers who speak English. Recommended by expats.
- When you don’t need to pay income tax in Czech Republic?
- Use a data mailbox to sort your Czech income tax online and handle other bureaucracy
- Czech tax return: should you submit it yourself? Czech tax resident vs not.