Expat Taxes- your Accountant in Prague, Czech Republic

EXPAT TAXES was formed by expats, for expats. Our goal is to save your money on your taxes.

As business owners, we noticed that many of our expat colleagues were constantly having the same issues we were having - and one of those issues was finding a good Czech accountant for a reasonable price. Now, there`s a solution – EXPAT TAXES!

Quality and Affordability

EXPAT TAXES was founded to offer expats a high-quality option for English-speaking tax professionals in the Czech Republic. We deal specifically with financial and accounting issues only - to make sure that we are focused on your specific needs.

Accounting isn't glamorous, and it isn't fun. But at the very least it should be as hassle-free and reasonably priced as possible. That's why we are here for you

Speed & Reliability

You don`t need to think about all taxes and accounting deadlines anymore - we work quickly and you can rely on us.

Should you require additional business services such as forming your initial s.r.o., getting a zivnostensky list, renting a virtual business address or getting a visa, we have partner companies that offer discounts for some of these services when we refer you.

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In 2019 there is a change in the limit for the application of lump sums to self-employed persons.

Most of self-employd people using lump-sum expenditures (60% of income) to reduce the tax base and the taxes.

In 2018 the lump-sum was limited by 600 000 CZK. From 2019 the limit will be increased  to  1 200 000 CZK.

The minimum prepayment of health insurance of self-employd is in 2019 2208 czk per month.

From January 2020, the minimum prepayments (advances) are 2352 czk per month.

The social office changed the due dates for the advances paid during the year. 

The due date for payment of social insurance (and illness insurance) advance was 20th day of following month. (eg. for October you paid till 20.11.).

The change lies in the fact that lower-income self-employed will be able to benefit from tax rebates, while higher earning entrepreneurs will be worse off in the form of a reduction in the limit of revenue to which lump-sums can be applied.

The change will be obligatory for all self-employed people from 2018. 


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