What should I know about VAT returns in the Czech Republic?
All companies that are registered with the counties tax authorities as a “non-VAT operator” must have intermittent filings (returns) as a report for taxable operations.
How often are Czech VAT returns required?
In the Czech Republic, the customary VAT reporting duration is 30 days. A business that has turnovers of CZK 10,000,000 or less in the previous year may reside to file quarterly returns immediately it’s registered for 3 years. Nothing is needed for a yearly return.
What are the deadlines for filing Czech VAT returns?
On the 25th of each month, all monthly or quarterly VAT filing is due following the tax return duration. By this deadline, all VAT due should get to the tax authorities’ bank account.
Where are Czech VAT returns filed?
The VAT returns are to be submitted through the Financial Administration of the Czech Republics’ website – https://adisepo.mfcr.cz/ Only individual’s i.e. sole proprietors that had turnovers less than CZK 6,000,000 in the previous year are exempted.