Czech VAT changes
- Aug 10, 2016 | Richard Asquith
The Czech VAT Act has been updated at the end of July 2016. The changes include:
- All non-resident VAT payers will now be administered by the Ostrava tax office. This is a switch from the Prague tax office from 1 Sept 2016
- Introduction of the VAT reverse charge on domestic supplies to resident and non-resident taxpayers by non-resident businesses.
- Penalties from the non-submission of Control Statements have been increased
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