This paper deals with the forecast of the Czech public health insurance system in the period of 2018-2020. In recent years, the expenditures on healthcare have been exploding very quickly. The strong growth of the Czech economy has provided sufficient resources for covering of the expenditures rally. The authors strive to answer the question, what will happen if the economy swings to the recession. Two alternative scenarios are constructed to project two types of an economic slump.
- Author: Jakub Haas, Anita Golovkova
Announcement about the beginning of the sale of the 100% share in the company VIPAP VIDEM KRŠKO d.d. owned by the Czech Republic together with the receivables of the financial creditors in this company.
Gambling and Lottery Supervision Department would like to invite you to a set of workshops that will introduce new legislation – Act no. 186/2016 Coll., On Gambling, and the Act no. 187/2016 Coll., On tax on gambling.
Financial Times refers about the immense effort of Andrej Babiš in his fight against tax avoidance and evasion.
On Friday 17 June 2016, the EU finance ministers will discuss one of the largest packages of tax measures to fight avoidance and fraud ever. The package will cover both direct and indirect taxation. The legislative proposal on corporate income tax is one element, the short-term measures to tackle the VAT fraud is the other.
The Ministry of Finance, Department 34 - State Supervision of Gambling and Lotteries prepare an opinion on the licensing process after the approval of the new legislation.
The Ministry of Finance with the Czech branch of the International Fiscal Association hosted the expert conference „Closing VAT GAP through Reverse Charge Mechanism“, which was held on Friday, 4 December 2015 at the Prague Congress Centre.
The Ministry of Finance with the Czech branch of the International Fiscal Association host the expert conference „Closing VAT GAP through Reverse Charge Mechanism“.
OLAF in 2014: a strong investigative performance bringing tangible results for EU taxpayers (Press Release - 2 June 2015).
Since 2014, the Czech Republic has been obliged to publish an analysis of tax allowances. This requirement stems from the 2011/85/EU Directive.