For foreign legal entities we provide the registration for value-added tax (VAT) in the Czech Republic and all support in fulfilling obligations associated with the registration.
If a company that is not established in the Czech Republic provides ‘taxable supplies’ of goods or services in Czechia, it may have to obtain a non-resident VAT registration. If the importer is a registered VAT payer, this tax is not considered as the part of customs debt which has to be paid on goods import. Due to that our foreign customers can take full benefits like other domestic entities what brings them the positive impact on cash-flow. Therefore you should contact Gerlach because we provide a full service for VAT in the Czech Republic.
VAT levied in the European Union is a general, broad-based consumption tax calculated on the basis of the added value of goods or services. It is levied on almost all goods and services purchased or sold for use or consumption in the EU. This means that goods sold for export or services provided to consumers abroad are normally VAT exempt. Conversely, imports are taxed in order to allow EU producers to compete fairly on the European market with suppliers from outside the European Union.