We would like to remind the new Czech reporting obligation for income paid abroad, which came into force on April 1, 2019. What types of income are affected by the amendment and which are not obliged to report?
Increased minimum wage for 2020 was set by the Regulation of the Slovak Government No. 324/2019 Coll. The minimum wage was increased by EUR 60 to EUR 120 per month, depending on the degree of work difficulty. An increase in the minimum wage in practice also means, for example, an increase in bonuses for night shifts or on-call duty.
During the last quarter 2019, several bills came into force, which will amend the Slovak VAT Act as of 1 January 2020. The adopted changes cover inter alia rules implementing the Council Directive (EU) 2018/1910 on common rues for call-off stock arrangements and for the chain transactions.
Our study explores how local legislations treat general terms and regulations related to days off work, such as the entitlement to minimum paid annual leave, public holidays, parental and health-related absence as well as vacation allowances and compensation – including a comparison of 10 European countries.
Social networks affect our lives more and more and it is without any doubts that their significance and influence will further grow. Labour relations do not work in any vacuum and it is obvious that social networks gradually play an increasingly important role in relations between employees and employers.
In the Czech Republic, the minimum wage will increase from 1st January 2020. How will this increase affect so-called guaranteed minimum wage levels? Read more in our article.
Same as in the previous years, we consider it important to support less-fortunate people in our close environment. With the cooperation of Angyalvár Foundation, we have reached the village of Fulókércs, inhabited by around 400 people near Miskolc, whose history dates back to the beginning of the 13th century.
The last two days have brought important information related to VAT and WHT obligations in Poland. We would like to assure you of the support Accace is ready to provide in this regard.
In summer 2019, the National Council of the Slovak Republic approved several significant changes in the income tax with effectiveness as of 1 January 2020. Inter alia, the changes bring new measures for SMEs, the assessment of electric cars and rules to implement the Council Directive (EU) 2017/952 as regards hybrid mismatches (ATAD 2).
1 January 2020 will bring almost revolutionary changes to the system of processing sick leaves and sickness benefits due to the digitalization of the reporting of employees’ sick leaves in the Czech Republic. The current paper-based sick note will be replaced by its electronic version, an “e-sick note”, which will move the sharing of data between doctors, employers and the Czech Social Security Administration online.
Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world on Tuesday after U.S. Thanksgiving. It was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. In Accace Czech Republic we joined the movement with three activities.
Exempted from the tax shall be the supply of goods dispatched or transported by the vendor or for his account to the place of destination within the territory of a third country. In this News Flash we would like to draw your attention to this year´s judgment of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in a related case.
We are pleased to announce that Accace has successfully acquired the certification for environmental management system according to ISO 14001:2015.