Corporate income tax

Corporate income tax returns in the Czech Republic

One of the most important tax obligations for legal entities in the Czech Republic is the filing of an annual corporate income tax return. To make this process smooth and safe, it is essential to have a partner to help you through it. is your best partner to file your corporate income taxe return in the Czech Republic.

Why choose us for the corporate income tax returns in the Czech Republic?

  • Our team of experts has a deep knowledge of the Czech tax system and all related regulations. This allows us to identify all possible tax benefits and reduce your tax base.
  • We will help you identify options for reducing tax and optimizing your company's tax obligations.
  • With us, you don't have to worry about mistakes when fulfilling your tax obligations. Our legal and tax experts closely monitor all changes in legislation and ensure that all forms and deadlines are met.

How we work

We begin by personal or online meeting with you to discuss your needs and situation. Based on this, we will draw up a plan for processing your corporate income tax return. Upon agreement, you will provide us with all the necessary documents that we will need to process the return.

Our experts will prepare and file your tax return in accordance with applicable regulations. We will check whether it is possible to reduce your tax base and propose measures for tax optimization.

Once processing is complete, we will present you with the results and answer any questions you may have. If you agree, we submit the corporate income tax return based on a power of attorney.

Czech tax return

The taxable period of the Czech corporate income tax is generally a calendar year or a business year, which starts on the first day of a month (except January) and runs for twelve successive months.

The deadline for corporate income tax is the end of March but it can be prolonged till June if you grant the power of attorney to an tax advisor. - Your partner for corporate income tax return in the Czech Republic