VAT return and Control report changes in the Czech Republic
New rules on how to complete your VAT return and new XML structure for your Control report
The boxes in the Czech VAT return should be completed differently as from 1 April 2019. Following the guidance published by the tax authorities, the transactions to be included in certain boxes have changed. The form remains the same after these changes, but taxpayers should review the logic used to complete their Czech VAT returns to confirm they are still compliant with Czech law.
The Czech Tax authorities also announced that the XML structure of the Control report will change as from 30 September 2019. The control report is a listing of domestic purchases and sales that must be submitted every month together with the VAT return (similar to SAF-T returns). It is important that businesses VAT registered in the Czech Republic ensure that their system produces the Control report in the right format to avoid penalties for late filing of this obligation.
The official changes were published by Czech the tax authorities on their website.
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