Abuse of law discussed again at the Supreme Administrative Court

In its recent judgment ref. no. 6 AFS 376/2018-46 of 14 November 2019, the Supreme Administrative Court (hereinafter the “SAC”) dealt with the concept of abuse of law. Let us remind you that the concept of abuse of law is generally interpreted as a situation in which legislation being applied in its literal wording leads to a solution which is contrary to its own sense and purpose. What was the case about? What did the SAC decide? 

10. 1. 2020

The Supreme Administrative Court ruled on the moment on which an investment is initiated

The Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic issued judgment No. 7 Afs 365/2018-62, which deals with the moment from which an entity is to capitalize the costs of acquisition into the value of the tangible and intangible assets. In terms of allocation of certain costs to the acquisition value of assets, the court held that it was not essential when the tax entity had formally approved the investment to be made but when it had objectively begun to invest even though it was not quite certain at that time that the investment would be completed successfully. 

22. 11. 2019

What will 2020 bring in the area of VAT? Quick fixes already in January and a VAT decrease for selected supplies in May

One of the main topics of the traditional autumn seminar on value added tax, which is organised every year by Deloitte, were the new rules in the area of VAT, jointly referred to as “quick fixes”. Their primary purpose is to unify certain rules for cross-border transactions with goods within the European Union. What do they bring, specifically? How can preparations be made for them? 

22. 11. 2019