To prepare a tax return, just fill out our online form, where you answer questions step by step and fill in income information. Of course, you have the option to upload income data.
In this case, you have the opportunity to contact us by phone, where the exact procedure and entry of all necessary documents will be explained to you. The advantage is also a free consultation of your life situation, where we will advise you on how best to optimize your taxes.
We will file the tax return for you electronically, all you have to do is authorize us and we will take care of everything for you.
After successful authorization, we will be able to send you a tax return online directly to the financial administration. Among other things, we can send other documents such as a tax return deferral, or a request for a statement of account for the purposes of the bank or other authorities. In addition, we monitor the message box and when you receive a document from the financial report, we will forward it to you. This service will be appreciated mainly by sole proprietors and non-computer experts.
The service is intended for all natural persons who need to send a tax return. These are mainly employees who had more income during the year and the employer is unable to prepare a tax return for them. Furthermore, these are self-employed persons who use tax records or flat-rate expenses. Then babysitters and personal assistants who take care of the elderly. A popular category are clients working abroad.
In the tax return, self-employed persons take into account only the actual income. This is realistically achieved. Even if he issued an invoice and it was not paid, then this invoice is not considered as income. Conversely, if a self-employed person received income in 2020 for an invoice issued in 2019, it is considered income. Paid health and social insurance is also taken into account. Only actual contributions paid in the given period.
The basis is to obtain over 2,207.10, even from sources abroad for all Czech persons or persons residing there. The second condition discussed is tax residence. This is determined by vital interests. Life interests are most often family, friends or social ties and permanent residence. An excellent example is when I work abroad, but I still come home because I have a wife, children and I am only here for work. The second case is that I work abroad, but I also have a wife there, the children go to school abroad and in Slovakia I just go to see my family to visit. In the second case, you are not a resident of Slovakia and you are not obliged to file a tax return. But many people do it for informational purposes like future documenting years spent through tax returns.
Yes, if you are a resident or a taxpayer in Slovakia. See previous example above. You can even receive a tax bonus abroad and in Slovakia.