We would like to inform you about the case concerning the VAT payable on the agency business services with the conditional commission instalments that was recently decided by the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
Glasses for office workers are controlled by the Decree No. 50 of 1999 (November 3) of the Minister/Secretary of Health, which states that workers who use a display device regularly for at least 4 hours a day from their working hours, shall be entitled to the usage of glasses while being in front of the screen.
In Hungary, the bill T/6351 („Summer Tax Package”) – including many modifications – is still under negotiation, but since July 1, 2019, changes have already taken place as a result of previous regulations.
Recently, the European Court of Justice discussed a VAT regime in relation to the royalty payable to an author of an original work of art on the basis of the resale right. When making their decision, the judges referred to the earlier judgment relating to fees on blank media and recording as well as reproduction devices paid by producers and importers.
As of 1 November, 2018, legal entities registered in the Slovak Commercial Register, which are not public authorities or issuers of securities admitted for trading on regulated market, are required to register in non-public part of the relevant Commercial Register information regarding their ultimate beneficial owners (“UBOs”).
From July 2019, the first three days of sick leave will be reimbursed again in the Czech Republic. What impacts will have the abolition of the so-called “waiting period” on employers?
Can the risk of company criminal liability be reduced? And what is a compliance program, is it suitable for my business? Learn more in our article.
We would like to briefly outline the recent case of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which dealt with the sale and lease back of capital goods in terms of VAT. The ECJ dealt in the Case C-201/18 Mydibel SA with a question, whether there are from the VAT point of view two separate transactions or a single transaction, a financial transaction.
The child-raising allowance and the state allowance in Romania are granted only at the written request of the entitled person and may be requested by a single application, the way of submitting the documents being thus simplified.
On April 1, 2019, an amendment to the Czech Income Taxes Act came into effect. This amendment imposes a new reporting obligation of taxpayers. Who does the obligation apply to?