Czech Republic propose VAT amendments from 2019

29 March 2018

From January 2019 the Czech Republic are proposing to amend their VAT legislation. Some of the changes include:

  • The adoption of the new EU VAT rules for the treatment of single and multi-purpose vouchers – Please click here for our previous article explaining the new VAT treatments.
  • Non-resident suppliers of e-services not having to charge Czech VAT or produce Czech compliant invoices if their sales to consumers are below an annual €10,000 threshold.

Find out more about VAT in Czech Republic
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