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The comparison of personal income tax in the Czech Republic and France
Šodková, Karolína ; Vybíral, Roman (advisor) ; Sejkora, Tomáš (referee)
- The comparison of personal income tax in the Czech Republic and France The diploma thesis deals with a comparison of personal income tax in the Czech Republic and France. The thesis comprises of analysis of both countries' national legislations and of subsequent comparison of the impact of legal tax rules on the tax liability of natural persons. The focus is aimed mainly on the key differences between the compared legislations with respect to the income from employment of taxable persons. The diploma thesis is divided into six chapters. The first chapter, called Taxation in the theoretical sphere, is dedicated to the definition of personal income tax, categorization of the tax itself and legal sources, which determines the personal income tax in both legislations being compared. The object of the second chapter is comparison of the tax constituents of personal income tax in both legislations and their application within determination of taxpayer's liabilities. The chapter three is focused on selected tax constituents of personal income tax in the Czech Republic, while aiming to address mainly income from employment of Czech taxpayer, and also the tax constituents affecting the taxable income base and the final tax liability. The fourth chapter, being called Selected components of personal income...
Tax havens and causes of their use
Šodková, Karolína ; Finardi, Savina (advisor) ; Bušovský, Ladislav (referee)
This bachelor thesis concerns the tax havens and causes of using them. The object of the analysis is Czech legal persons in years 2009-2015. The correlation analysis has shown that neither Czech nor foreign corporate income tax rate belongs between the main reasons for using a tax haven. The causes shall be low rates of withholding tax levied on dividends and interest rates. In addition, taxable entities take advantage of tax havens so as to hide their delicate information, which has been proven by the correlation between their number and the rate of secrecy of the tax haven.

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