As the amendment is effective as early as 1 October 2023, we provide below an overview of the main changes, indicating the necessary or recommended steps for employers to be taken:
The construction of the Roztyly Plaza office building has progressed to the final stage. Its cladding, internal installations and modifications of the surroundings are being completed
The new Roztyly Plaza office building, which is going up in Prague 11 right next to the Roztyly metro station, has advanced to the final stage of construction. Work is now underway on the completion of the outer cladding and on the extensive glazing of the skylight, which will ensure the inner atrium will be illuminated with daylight. Technological equipment is being installed inside the building. Pavements were installed in the building's vicinity, systems were installed to collect rainwater and the existing asphalt was replaced with low-noise asphalt. There are also plans for new bus stops and, for example, with the planting of greenery on the rooftop terrace. Upon its completion at the beginning of next year, the building will add to the market 21,700 m² of latest-generation offices (almost half of which have already been rented) and 1600 m2 of retail units on the ground floor, with planned use for a grocery store, pharmacy or drug store, all supplemented with a modern cafeteria. The studio Aulík Fišer architekti is behind the architectural design of the building and the investor of the entire project is the Passerinvest Group.
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.
Eleven AmChams in CEE support Three Seas Initiative.
On 1 July 2023, the government launched Digital Nomad, its new economic migration programme. The programme is intended to facilitate the stay of IT professionals and their family members from selected countries in the Czech Republic.
The programme targets highly qualified and top-class IT workers from Australia, Japan, Canada, Korea, New Zealand, Great Britain, the US, and Taiwan who plan to stay in the Czech Republic for the purpose of work for more than 90 days.
Strategic Directions for Czech Economic Policy
- Transition to High-Tech Manufacturing and Exports
- The City Campus as Idea Factory
- Government Programs and Processes That Drive Innovation
- Government as a Competitive Advantage, including Digitization
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