Environmental taxes

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The current environmental tax reform introduced new environmental taxes into the Czech tax system effective from 1 January 2008. Taxation of electricity, natural gas, and solid fuels (i.e., energy products) is applied if the energy products are supplied by the supplier to final consumers or when untaxed or exempted energy products are consumed.

Taxation of electricity, natural gas, and solid fuels places additional responsibilities particularly on manufacturers, suppliers, and some consumers of energy products. Each person obliged to pay environmental tax has to comply with specific administrative obligations. On the other hand, there are new tax exemption possibilities. Although the legislation governing environmental taxes is relatively simple, it contains some provisions that may raise questions for taxpayers and which may be used for tax optimisation.


Our services

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Scope and application of tax exemptions
  • Specification of tax exempt operations
  • Elimination of tax exemption violations
  • Utilisation of tax exemptions
  • Assistance with tax exemption applications

Tax returns

  • Processing and filing of tax returns
  • Processing and filing of supplementary tax returns

Unusual methods of supply

  • Identification of the optimal system for handling energy products
  • Determination of tax liability

Cross border transactions

  • Assistance with proving place of supply outside the Czech Republic

Fulfilment of administrative obligations

  • Advice on record keeping obligations
  • Advice on documentary obligations
  • Advice on administrative obligations

Other…

Many other technical aspects concerning environmental taxes and dealing with energy products could cause difficulties (e.g. determining the calorific value of solid fuels or the amount of effective heat when electricity is produced). We offer assistance with reducing financial risks and minimising the costs associated with environmental taxes.