The Czech Republic offers quite comfortable conditions for entrepreneurs planning to create a solid and profitable commercial structure. The basis for this was a stable economic ground and a loyal fiscal field. An important factor is the support from government bodies and their reasonable control.
Another reason why foreign investors seek to open a business in the Czech Republic is the attractive rates for tax duties. For the income received, 15% is established, the corporate tax is 19%, VAT is 21%. Taxation does not cover dividends and capital gains. Subsidiaries outside the EU can be exempted from tax according to Czech legislation.
Besides the fact that the Czech jurisdiction is a business perspective, this state offers good opportunities for immigration. Non-residents are entitled to the following if they open a company in the Czech Republic and support its activities:
For non-residents, the best option would be to open a company in the form of either S.R.O. or A.S., which are similar in structure to LLC and JSC, respectively. Having a company created in the form of a joint-stock company, one can conduct insurance activities, work with the banking field and incorporate fund institutions. The founders of the company are not personally liable. There are no restrictions to the capital, as well as to the residence of founders and shareholders.
What attracts external entrepreneurs to S.R.O. is a simplified registration procedure, completely free of all formalities related to meetings with shareholders and other nuances inherent in JSCs. It is the LLC that is the most popular form for Czech companies. The term of their work is not limited. To close such a company can only be compulsory in accordance with a court decision. When registering, you need to deposit 50% of the capital. The owner may personally be listed as a director.
The first stage is making the final decision on the direction of the company’s professional activity. After that:
Company formation takes no more than 10-15 days, excluding weekends. Only those persons who meet the following requirements can open a commercial business in the Czech Republic:
If we are talking about further immigration and this is exactly the goal, then it is imperative to choose a legal address. For non-residents, this is one of the most important aspects. The address is indicated in the Statute of the company.
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