Infosheet provides a step by step guideline on how to establish a limited liability company, or as we call it “společnost s ručením omezeným s.r.o.” in Czech.
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Foreigners on different residence status have different obligation when conducting business. Learn about the duties of a “živnostník” towards various offices in our new infosheet!
All Brno residents – including foreigners staying here for longer than three months – have to pay the waste collection fee of 670 CZK by the end of May. The obligation is placed on you, not your landlord.
At the end of March there is a deadline for the income tax return. Make sure you submit it on a valid form – see the English translation and instructions on how to ﬁll it out!
In case of a long term residency permit for the purpose of employment “Employee card”, you now need to file the application for extension 30 days prior to the expiry date at the latest.
The last step before becoming a Czech citizen is getting a permanent residence status. It is crucial especially for foreigners from so called third countries, i.e. outside of EU. It allows foreigners to join the public health insurance system at any point… Full story
___ UPDATE, 22.9.2014 As the Regional Court in Brno has ruled, EU citizens with PERMANENT as well as TEMPORARY residence status can register into the electoral register list and vote in the upcoming municipal elections. Foreigners can register with this… Full story