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29 December 2020

On Friday, 18 December 2020, the OECD issued a document entitled "Guidance on the transfer pricing implications of the COVID-19 pandemic". These guidelines provide commentary and illustrations on the practical application of market gap principles on four priority issues.

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28 December 2020

Fraudsters are using increasingly sophisticated methods to trick people. With the development of computerization and digitalization, new threats are constantly emerging, often where organizations are not yet prepared for them. Vulnerability awareness concerns not only top managers, but also...

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13 November 2020

From 1 January 2021, property owners will be affected by a fundamental change in the application of VAT. According to the current regulation of the VAT Act (the "VATA"), the lease of immovable property is exempt from VAT by default. However, Section 56a (3) allows landlords, who are VAT payers...

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15 October 2020

The law provides a number of instruments to adjust your tax obligations. In addition, a decision by the Minister of Finance has now been issued, waiving across-the-board fines for the late filing of tax returns. Instruction "GFŘ D-44" was also issued, regulating the way tax authorities proceed in...

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15 October 2020

The government could provide up to one trillion crowns to support entrepreneurs and companies affected by the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said at a press conference after the government meeting. According to him, about CZK 100 billion should go to direct aid and CZK 900...

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09 October 2020

With effect from 26 September 2020, the real estate acquisition tax was abolished in the Czech Republic. This tax was applied to the acquisition of immovable property for a consideration, such as the purchase of land, the allocation of real estate to a trust fund or the acquisition of the right...

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