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Current calls of the Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovations for Competitiveness

20.10.2019 Petra Klůnová

Several calls for entrepreneurs have been announced in the OPPIK subsidy programme of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. At the turn of 2019 and 2020, the following support programmes are accepted: Programme Receiving applications by Focus of support Innovation – innovation project 15.1.2020 Acquisition of production technologies, equipment, know-how and licences for implementation of […]


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No-deal Brexit & VAT

20.10.2019 Petr Linx Petr Linx

How can you prepare for a no-deal scenario, which remains a possibility? Below are a few practical tips that may serve as an initial step towards a no-deal-Brexit preparation plan. If you already have a plan in place, you can use the 20 points below as a checklist to make sure you have everything covered. If […]


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VAT & EET news

20.10.2019 Petr Linx Petr Linx

We bring you updates in the field of VAT & EET (Electronic records of sales) and every month we will provide a brief summary of the most important news on our website. In the first part we will review the following topics: changes in VAT effective from 1 October 2019 (rounding and calculation of VAT from […]


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Inventory differences in inventories and fixed assets

20.10.2019 Michaela Tahavská Michaela Tahavská

On 15 April 2019, the National Accounting Board approved Interpretation I-39, which aims to unify the accounting treatment of selected cases of inventory differences. The issue is regulated by two regulations: Decree No. 500/2002 Coll. for Entrepreneurs and Czech Accounting Standard for Entrepreneurs No. 007 Inventory Differences and Losses within Natural Inventory Decrease Standards. Pursuant […]


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What will the amendment to the Tax Code bring?

20.10.2019 Jiří Čermák Jiří Čermák

At an October meeting, the Parliament of the Czech Republic will start discussing an extensive amendment to the Tax Code, which should come into force in 2020, and which will significantly affect communication between taxpayers and tax administrators. The main areas of the proposed changes are: Support for the electronisation of taxes – The creation […]


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Appraiser Lukáš Křístek: The new law is all stick and no carrot

23.9.2019

Court appraisers should follow more stringent rules beginning in 2021. According to the government, this should improve their work, among other things because the standard will impose a penalty of up to half a million Czech crowns for expert misconduct. This week, after six months, the House re-approved the new law again, outvoting the Senate […]


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Portal Moore Stephens – Not without approval…

21.9.2019 Stanislav Štípek Stanislav Štípek

Managers at many companies are constantly looking for ways to increase efficiency. One option is a comprehensive online solution for financial administration and management. The Moore Stephens Portal is our outsourcing accounting solution in BYZNYS software, which is stored in secured Cloud and allows you to spend more time on core business activities and less […]


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Home office and taxes

21.9.2019 Stanislav Štípek Stanislav Štípek

The forthcoming Coordination Committee of the Chamber of Tax Advisors, which will be held on 18 September 2019, will discuss, among other things, the tax implications of working from home. So far, there is no consensus about how to proceed with regard to the tax implications of compensation provided to employees in connection with full […]


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SONIA replaces LIBOR

21.9.2019 Stanislav Štípek Stanislav Štípek

The reference rate LIBOR (London Inter-bank Offered Rate) will be replaced by the benchmark rate SONIA (Sterling Overnight Index Average) beginning in 2021. This is probably due to a 2012 scandal, when it was discovered that banks, instead of the actual rates they were paying or would be expected to pay for loans from other […]


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New conditions for investment incentives

21.9.2019 Ivana Hlavatá Ivana Hlavatá

An amendment to the Act on Investment Incentives came into effect on 6 September 2019, which changed the conditions for their acquisition. Only production projects with higher added value and overlaps into research and development have a chance to obtain public support. Technology centres and strategic services centres continue to be supported. The biggest change […]


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