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Czech Republic: Tax on selected digital services advances

Czech Republic: Tax on selected digital services

The Ministry of Finance has prepared a digital service tax bill—one proposing a tax rate of 7% on selected digital services.


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Entities that would be subject to the digital services tax would be companies included in corporate groups having a worldwide turnover of more than €750 million and generating an income of more than CZK 50 million from selected digital services in the Czech Republic.

There were discussions of plans for a digital services tax earlier in early May 2019, and at that time, a first draft of the legislation was expected by late May 2019. The Czech government in July 2019 started the formal legislative process to introduce a digital services tax. Read TaxNewsFlash

Read a September 2019 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in the Czech Republic

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