Tips and advice

How to incorporate a company or create a branch office? Should you register for VAT? What to look out for when doing a business on a trade license? Read our tips on how to stay on top of your business, tax, and accounting requirements.

A business cannot do without a business plan. Whether you have your vision, mission, and goals in your head or actually described in detail, the Lean Canvas method will teach you how to work with them in a whole new way. Quickly, flexibly and, above all, with maximum clarity. What is Lean Canvas? We explain the Lean Canvas method in…

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Attempts to defraud businesses are increasing and becoming more sophisticated - from emails from external and internal sources to fraudulent SMS, fake calls or imitation registers. We've put together a glossary of the most common terms associated with fraudulent behaviour and explain how to spot fraud and protect your data and finances. …

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The vision, mission and values summarize the company's main ideas and mission and are part of the business plan. Thanks to them, you and your employees will have an imaginary map of the company's journey and everyone will be clear about where you are heading. Such an overview will make planning easier and help you make decisions. Find out how to…

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Are you planning to sell your apartment and wondering how to tax this income? The procedure for selling a condominium is different from selling a privately owned unit. We'll explain how to properly tax the income from the sale of a personal and cooperative apartment and when you can avoid this tax altogether. Taxation of income from the sale of a…

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If you are acting on behalf of a business corporation, you will usually encounter a situation during your business activities when you need to modify a certain entry in the Commercial Register (CR). Here is an overview of the most common reasons for changing a CR entry and how to make the change in practice. All mandatory and optional data…

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Have you set up a business and want to learn more about how to calculate your profit and loss, which types of profit and loss you can evaluate and how to draw on them in the future? Here is an overview of the most important profitability indicators. Why pay attention to the economic result? The profit and loss statement tells you about the…

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The monitoring of the impact of business on the environment (E), employees and society (S) as well as topics related to management (G) are being included in Czech legislation. Companies will now prepare a so-called sustainability report. In 2024, this obligation will affect only the largest companies, but will gradually apply to other companies.…

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Have you started a business and your company was established in the last 3 months of the year? Postpone your first corporation tax return until next year! We will tell you how to proceed. Who can extend their accounting period? If your company was established between 1 October and 31 December, you can apply to the tax office for an extension…

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Every year in the spring, (not only) entrepreneurs have an unpleasant duty - filling in the tax return form. We will tell you how to deal with the document. Who fills in the tax return and how? According to the Income Tax Act (ITA), all entrepreneurs with an annual taxable income of over CZK 50,000 (or CZK 20,000 if you are an employed…

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You pay one amount each month, which includes social security, health insurance and income tax. The flat-rate tax has relieved you of annoying paperwork so you don't have to worry about tax returns. But don't rejoice prematurely - it doesn't always apply! Find out which exemptions to look out for. Flat-rate tax and tax returns - when to…

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Running a business as a sideline is an ideal option for anyone who wants to earn extra money for their studies, employment or even maternity leave. Compared to your main gainful activity, it brings a number of advantages - you pay lower taxes and often do not even have to pay social security and health insurance contributions. What are the other…

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The flat tax promises less administration for businesses from 2021 - but it will only pay off for some of them. The following lines will help you find out if you're one of them. What is a flat tax? Flat-rate tax is a special type of tax that self-employed people can volunteer for. It is a flat monthly amount that includes a payment for…

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Millions of Czechs file personal income tax returns each year. However, many of them do not know how and when to submit it correctly. That's why we've summarised the most important rules for you. Read the most important facts: When to file your tax return? Who files a tax return? When is income tax due? What if you file late?…

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As a business, you file a tax return every year. This tells you how much money you pay to the government in income tax. We will advise you on how to correctly determine the tax base and the tax itself. How is income tax calculated? Personal income tax is calculated as 15% of your tax base. Taxpayers with high earnings then apply a rate of 23…

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As a sole trader, you have to ensure that you pay your levies properly yourself. However, it is easy to get lost in the flood of regulations. That's why we've prepared an overview of the basic obligations. Compulsory levies in a nutshell All sole traders are obliged to pay not only taxes, but also health and often social insurance. In addition,…

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14.12.2023 Tips and advice

He does this and he does that. But how to know which direction to take as an entrepreneur? We will advise you on how to choose. 1) Focus on what you excel at If you love your work, your customers will know it. If you have a degree in your field and years of experience, why not use it to build your own business? Talent and experience can…

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Fixed assets are usually the most expensive part of a business. However, it comes with a complex depreciation obligation. We'll advise you on how to calculate depreciation so it doesn't make your head spin. What is depreciation? Depreciation is an accounting measure of the wear and tear on tangible and intangible fixed assets. Unlike current…

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The purchase of property, machinery or a company car will also be reflected in your financial statements. How to value and account for the assets correctly so that everything stands up to scrutiny from the tax office? Just keep a few principles in mind. What is a fixed asset? Several regulations govern fixed assets from an accounting and…

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The size of the entity determines what the company is legally required to do. A small newsagent has fewer obligations than an industrial giant with hundreds of branches. Find out which category your business falls into and what not to forget. What is the purpose of categorising accounting units? The classification of accounting units (CUs) and…

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Many drivers are attracted to working behind the wheel. As a courier, you're your own boss, and you can earn good money. How do you start such a business? We've summarised the most important things for you. What do I need to be a courier? Courier companies such as DPD, Wolt, Bolt Food, Rohlik or Foodora most often work with couriers with an…

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