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Corporate Tax
8.
Indirect taxes
8.1
What indirect taxes (eg, goods or service tax, consumption tax, broadcasting tax, value added tax, excise tax) could a corporate taxpayer be exposed to?
 
Czech Republic
Corporate taxpayers are usually subject to value added tax and may be also subject to excise taxes if they acquire, produce or sell products which are subject to excise tax (beer, wine, alcohol, mineral oils, tobacco). Some taxpayers are also subject to energy taxes if they supply natural gas and other gases, electricity and solid fuels to end consumers.

For more information about this answer please contact: Helena Navratilova from Kocian Solc Balastik
8.2
Are transfer or other taxes due in relation to the transfer of interests in corporate entities?
 
Czech Republic
The transfer of interests in corporate entities in the Czech Republic is not subject to transfer or other taxes.

For more information about this answer please contact: Helena Navratilova from Kocian Solc Balastik