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Czech Republic: Tax relief measures (COVID-19)

Czech Republic: Tax relief measures (COVID-19)

Tax relief measures in the Czech Republic reflect the government’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.


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The KPMG member firm in the Czech Republic prepared March 2020 reports (summarized below) about certain tax relief efforts.

  • Practical considerations regarding the extended due dates for filing returns for corporate income tax, value added tax (VAT), immovable property acquisition tax, road tax, property, and other taxes. Read a March 2020 report
  • A summary of tax measures aimed at providing support and relief for businesses and employees. Read a March 2020 report
  • Support for businesses and self-employed regarding guaranteed operating loans, the production of medical supplies and devices, the development and launch of new technologies, among other items. Read a March 2020 report
  • Compensation paid by the government in response to the emergency measures, and the documentation required of businesses planning on filing a claim for damages. Read a March 2020 report

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