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Czech coronavirus VAT emergency measures

The Czech Chamber of Deputies has passed urgent measures to assist businesses during the Covid-19 crisis. Businesses will be offered tax payment delays; but this is not automatic. ...Continued

Czech postpones VAT EEA electronic cash registers till 2023

The Czech Republic has deferred the mandatory deployment of VAT electronic cash registered, E-tržby (‘e-sales’, Czech abbreviation: EET). This will affect phase 1 and 2 of the roll out of the program:...Continued

Czech general domestic VAT reverse charge stalled

The Czech tax authorities have delayed again the start of a pilot of the general domestic reverse charge, aimed at reducing VAT fraud. Since the European Commission has only given till June 2022, and ...Continued

Czech Republic 2021 VAT IOSS Intermediary

The Czech Republic has approved implementation legislation for the EU ecommerce VAT package for 1 July 2021. The new rules include the requirement for non-EU sellers to appoint a Czech Intermediary if...Continued

Czech Republic cuts VAT on hotels and events

The Czech Republic is considering a reduction in the Value Added Tax rate on hotel accommodation, ticket entrance to cultural, theatre and sports events from the reduced rate of 15% to 10%....Continued

Czech Republic delays general reverse charge

The Czech Republic will not be able to go ahead with the implementation of the anti-VAT fraud reverse charge measure on 1 January 2020....Continued