What impact do the new tax measures have on VAT payers' obligations?
VAT payers, who have monthly obligations, may no longer be oriented in the flood of newly adopted tax measures to help taxpayers to overcome the current situation caused by the spread of the coronavirus. For this reason, we provide a brief overview of the tax measures specifically related to VAT and add some important remarks that should be kept in mind.
Tax relief will be extended. Ministry of Finance has prepared a second liberalization package
In addition to the already approved liberalization package, which we have already reported in detail in recent days, the Ministry of Finance has prepared further measures to help taxpayers bridge the emergency caused by the current situation caused by the spread of coronavirus. What is the content of the second liberalization package?
How to proceed with income tax advances in the current situation? And what if we expect a tax rebate (i.e. we have overpaid advances)?
On our blog, we have already reported on the mitigating tax measures approved by the government in relation to the current situation caused by the spread of coronavirus. The Ministry of Finance has now prepared further measures, which also relate to obligations to pay advances for income tax. So what are the options and obligations in the area of advance payments now? What if the taxpayer expects a tax overpayment? The comments below concern mainly taxpayers who are subject to the end of the deadline for filing income tax returns on April 1, 2020.
Czech Government Approves Mitigation Measures Related to Coronavirus Emergency UPDATE02
In connection with the coronavirus emergency, the Czech government has approved a liberation tax package aimed at mitigating the consequences of the emergency. What does it contain?