Tax representative and tax agent in Czech Republic

VAT registration and VAT returns in Czech Republic
Introduction

Do You need to register for VAT in the Czech Republic? Need a tax representative in Czech Republic? Filing your VAT returns with the Czech administration? You’ve come to the right place! On this page we explain clearly how to obtain your CZ VAT number and which service provider to call if you want to outsource this process. You can find out everything about tax representation in CZ in 5 minutes!

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Appointment of a tax representative and tax agent in Czech Republic

A tax representative in Czech Republic performs VAT registration on behalf of entrepreneurs and submits tax declarations.

 

Foreign companies whose registered office is not located in the Czech Republic must register as VAT payers if they perform any VAT-related activities in this country. To obtain a VAT number, entrepreneurs may appoint a tax representative or tax agent. that will deal with any and all formalities: registration, VAT declarations, Intrastat declarations, consulting, etc. This is not, however, obligatory for companies from the European Union.

 

Below you will find much useful information on registration for VAT purposes in the Czech Republic.

How do I register for VAT purposes in Czech Republic?

Companies whose registered office is not located in Czech Republic must register for VAT purposes if they conduct intra-Community shipments and acquisition of goods, if they provide taxable services and exceed the mail order threshold in that country. Below you will find a list of transactions for which registration is mandatory:

To register with a Czech tax office, it is necessary to fill in and submit the registration form: epodpora.mfcr.cz at: Financni urad pro Prahu 1 (Prague 1). Eurofiscalis, as a tax representative in the Czech Republic, is more than happy to complete any and all formalities aimed at obtaining a VAT number in the Czech Republic and submitting declarations.

 

The registration application must contain:

VAT declarations in Czech Republic

All companies conducting taxable activity in the Czech Republic must submit a VAT declaration (the equivalent of VAT-7 in Poland). This declaration contains detailed information on any and all transactions (purchase, sale, import, export, services) conducted in the Czech Republic. VAT declarations are submitted on a quarterly basis if annual turnover is lower than CZK 10,000,000; or on a monthly basis if the annual turnover is higher than CZK 10,000,000.

 

Are you obliged to register for VAT in the Czech Republic? Would you like to find out more about what a tax representative deals with in the Czech Republic? Contact us using the contact form – our experts are at your disposal.

Why use our Service to be your tax representative / tax agent?

Eurofiscalis is an international tax company specialising in tax representation. Our experts (statutory auditors, accountants, lawyers) speak 3 languages and will take care of all tax obligations on behalf of your company. European tax law and related aspects are a critical issue in a company’s development on the international arena, which is why we establish long-term relations based on trust.

Analysis of your tax obligations

Analysis of your flows and compliance with VAT, intrastat, invoices, customs

VAT registration

Processing and submission of your VAT registration

Getting your local number

Getting your local and EORI numbers

Bookkeeping

Simplified customer/supplier bookkeeping

Submission of your VAT returns

Filing of your periodic VAT and Intrastat returns

Contact with the authorities

Single point of contact with local authorities

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