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New data required in the Czech Control report

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New data required in the Czech Control report

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As from 1 January 2018, the Czech control report requires additional information on each transaction. In addition to the information included in the report until last December, the following data must be added as from last January:

  • ID and address of the supplier and customer included in the report.
  • Amount of VAT to be deducted.
  • In certain cases, information about payments made or received.
  • ID and address of the taxable person submitting the report

The information on Czech Control report must be submitted by the 25th day of the month following the reporting period. If the due date falls on a weekend or bank holiday, this date is shifted to the next working day. For example, the February control report is due on 26 March because 25 March is a Sunday.

Periodic VAT obligations such as Control reports and listings are an increasing trend across Europe. Most European countries require some form of return where transaction data is required to be reported. The format, level of detail and file accepted vary from one country to another. These differences make it difficult to comply with all these obligations using one single ERP system.

In Marosa we developed a service line to assist you meeting all periodic obligations requiring system data with one same approach for all European countries. Please contact us for more information.