Fučík & partneři, s. r. o. has been active in the field of taxation, accounting, audit and other consulting for a long time. In that time we realized that this field became very insidious towards citizens as well as companies. This field is very live in the world and for the Czech Republic it is still very new. And not only us are discovering new issues in this sector. Inexperience and seeking of the correct solutions lead to frequent, but necessary changes in Acts. Unfortunately due to the scope and frequency of legislative changes, this field is becoming a very demanding, complicated and confused issue, where the yesterday’s facts can substantially differ from today’s facts.
Fučík & partneři, s. r. o. is aware of this problem. We cooperate with various media specialized in economy on the current news which perfectly and timely map the immediate changes in legislation or possibly those planned for future. Our people, the best professionals in the field, thoroughly discuss these topics and attempt that each client finds the information they need and that they understand their situation clearly or possibly that they can ask about the particular problem on which they have read in our news or specialized articles.
Among other things, Fučík & partneři, s. r. o. also strives for a wider publication activity. Despite the fact that our surroundings keep changing, we invest our knowledge into books where we discuss complicated problems that require an extensive analysis and research.
- 9. December 2019
Draft bill on taxation of digital services
On 18 November 2019, the Czech government approved a draft bill on the digital services tax. The draft of the new bill is being sent to the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic and the legislative process of its passing has thus begun. The government expects the bill to come into force in the course of next year and the new tax will be collected from transactions that will be performed after…
- 10. November 2019
INTERNATIONAL TAXATION (R)evolution in international taxation
The OECD is continuing the fight for fairer distribution of profits of companies active in the field of digital economy. In recent days the OECD has taken another important step and published a proposal for a “unified approach” which combines all three previous proposals of the cooperating countries relating to the question of how to achieve higher taxation of profits of digitalised companies in…