You can do it yourself without any knowledge of the Czech tax system!
DEADLINE FOR THE TAX RETURN is April 3rd 2023 or May 2nd 2023 if you submit a declaration electronically.
Easy questionare with detailed help
Step by step instructions on what to do when the tax return is done
Possibility to edit tax return later
Comprehensive deductions review included
Guidance through the Business Visa renewal requirements included
Data kept confidential
Email support in case of problems
100% accurate calculation
Calculation of payments and advances for next year
Optional reminders for payment advances in the following year
If you answered yes to any of the questions
above, then you are required to file the tax return.
YES, you are required to file the income tax return for this financial year.
The application is not suitable for you if you had a loss in earnings from previous years and want to claim them this year, if you want to share income with cooperating person, if you want to tax income in the separate tax base according to §16a of the Income tax Act or if you have broken the rules of the Lump-sum tax regime.
The application also does not allow for claiming very rare deductions like research and development expenses, EET cash register, trade union contributions, and payments for future education. The application does not allow you to lower czech tax by taxes paid abroad. In these instances you will probably need an accountant`s help. If you need help, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.