Competitiveness / Tax & Finance

This section feature research, opinion and progress reports on how the Czech Republic compares to other EU countries economically. It includes analysis of international rankings such as the WEF and World Bank.

Spotlight issue

11th September 2023 / Competitiveness / Tax & Finance

Real Estate Accounting Guide 2023 - a practical guide through the current tax and accounting issues specific to the real estate sector

We are pleased to present the eighth edition of the publication examining the current tax and accounting regulations specific to the real estate market. The guide has been prepared by Deloitte’s experts for practitioners in charge of accounting and tax matters in real estate companies across the Central Europe.
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15th February 2023 / Competitiveness / Tax & Finance

CEE Banking M&A Study 2022

Navigating uncertainty – CEE banking market demonstrates resilience in the presence of macroeconomic instability We are happy to hereby release the 5th edition of our CEE banking M&A study.  
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16th January 2023 / Competitiveness / Tax & Finance

What’s new in tax for employees in 2023?

With the new year come changes in employee taxation as well as social security and health insurance. The maximum assessment base for social security contributions has increased and the limit from which wages are taxed at 23% has been raised. Many employers will be keen on the possibility to apply a discount on insurance premiums for selected ‘vulnerable’ employees in part-time employment. And after almost twenty years, the income threshold for the obligation to file a personal income tax return has been significantly increased.
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12th January 2023 / Competitiveness / Tax & Finance

New Manual for Intrastat reporting as of 1 January 2023

The Czech Statistical Office has published an updated version of the informative manual summarizing the rules for Intrastat reporting in 2023. The manual is published annually and although not legally binding, it serves as a practical aid for the preparation of Intrastat reports.
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12th December 2022 / Competitiveness / Tax & Finance

Mazars Study: Thanks to government support, the number of unpaid receivables in European banks is decreasing

12 December 2022, Prague – The International Audit, Tax and consulting Company Mazars has issued its fifth Financial Reporting of European Banks study focusing on the level of their expected credit losses (ECL). The main findings of the study include a decrease in the number of unpaid receivables due to support offered by the relevant governments during the pandemic. At the same time, it also pays attention to concerns about geopolitical instability and the subsequent energy crisis in the context of the war in Ukraine.
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Members of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic