Whether you're a language teacher, an online marketer or an expat with a skill or service you plan to sell, if you're living in the Czech Republic while you do it, you'll need to be properly registered and paying the correct taxes.
Registering for a trade licence certificate (‘živnostenský list’) is the easiest way to start working freelance in the Czech Republic.
Once registered, you'll be able to issue invoices to customers immediately.
You'll pay personal income tax on your freelance earnings with a simplified deduction scheme available.
After doing the paperwork, you'll be all set up with a bookkeeper and ready to do business.
Our expert will assist you with the process from start to finish. After a no-obligation, in-person meeting to discuss your exact circumstances and answer any questions you have, you’ll get a personalised quote for setup. This will consist of a one-time setup fee and an ongoing fee to cover bookkeeping and filing services. There are also some government costs to pay.
Once things get started, your expert will tell you what documents are needed, how to get them and where they need to be submitted. They’ll be on hand for any question you have and to help you overcome any hiccups. Once you’re ready to start doing business, you’ll receive an invoicing guide explaining how to write an invoice either electronically or on paper and they can also advise on the proration of taxes, and general banking advice.
Please note - you’ll need to be located in Czech Republic with an address here. This process can’t be done remotely.
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