How to Introduce a Smart Tax Office?
The current coronavirus pandemic has also brought about an increased interest in remote working. However, not all taxable subjects were fully prepared for this situation. We have noticed that many companies suffered damage because of difficulties in e communication as they still fail to take advantage of all the possibilities offered to them by Czech legislation and modern technologies. Yet it is already obvious that the future will call for flexibility and that the computerisation of the processes will be its integral part.
That is why we put our heads together and came up with the possibility to address (not only) tax issues whenever and wherever you want while saving on expenses. These steps represent the ideal way to utilise available funds, time and entrepreneurial capacities effectively. This is the only way to preserve the healthy functioning of a company in the business environment that tends to be susceptible to changes now more than ever before.
In addition, due to the amendment to the Tax Code called MY taxes (“MOJE daně”) that should introduce a digital platform for communication with the tax administrator in tax matters, it is vital for companies to start working with digitalisation.
Please, ask yourselves the following questions:
- Has the coronavirus pandemic endangered the fulfilment of your obligations towards the tax office?
- Have you forgotten to submit, for instance, a VAT return or a Local Sales/Purchases Report?
- Alternatively, do you just want to say goodbye to the stacks of paper and start administering documentation electronically and online?
If your answer is “yes”, then it is worth considering a possible solution. We will be pleased to assist you in this area and offer you possible solutions. If you are interested in a short workshop, the evaluation of the configuration of your current processes and comprehensive information on all the possible ways to improve them, please do not hesitate to contact us.