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Comparison of Personal Income tax in the Czech Republic and the Great Britain
Nedoma, Marek ; Svirák, Pavel (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis compares taxation of income of natural persons in the Czech Republic and Great Britain. In the theoretical part of the thesis are described and explained basic concepts connected with the issue. In the following part are mentioned several prime examples that explain the process of taxation in these countries. The final part focuses on a comparison of the tax liability and the possibilities of tax optimization.
Comparison of Personal Income tax in the Czech Republic and Germany
Tobola, Nicolas ; Hobza, Tomáš (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of personal income taxation in the Czech Republic and Germany. In the theoretical part, the basic concepts and methods of taxation of natural persons are analyzed step by step in both mentioned countries. In the practical part, these methods are compared to each other on specific examples. After that, the possibilities of a tax optimization are proposed. The conclusion of the thesis is about the valorization of the examined countries based on the results and then one of the system is chosen as preferable for natural persons.
Comparison of Personal Income tax in the Czech Republic and Austria
Michenka, Filip ; Hobza, Tomáš (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis "Comparison of personal taxation in the Czech Republic and Austria" will focus on personal income taxation in these countries. The basis will be a description of the tax systems in both countries with a focus on personal taxation. A comparison of taxation will be made on model examples of taxpayers from Czech republic and Austria. Finally, the thesis will also deal with possibilities of tax optimization in Czech republic and Austria.
Taxation Of Craft Incomes
Křížová, Denisa ; Svirák, Pavel (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on taxing of personal incomes business under a trade licensce. The first part of the thesis describes theoretical knowledge of trade business, income taxes and payments of social and health insurance. These knowledge are then applied in the analytical part on the example of the particular taxpayer. The last part deals with possibilities of tax optimization.
Comparison of Personal Income tax in the Czech Republic and the Slovakia
Grác, Henrich ; Hobza, Tomáš (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the comparison of personal income tax in the Czech Republic and the Slovakia for 2019. It describes the tax system and the process for personal income tax in individual states. The practical part focuses on concrete calculation of personal income tax, and contains a proposal leading to tax optimization in the Czech Republic.
Compliance Costs of Taxation in Selected Company
Otýpka, Lukáš ; Mrláková, Hana (referee) ; Lajtkepová, Eva (advisor)
The subject of the master’s thesis are compliance costs of taxation. These costs are associated with the existence of the tax system which, by law, obligates entities to pay taxes. Compliance costs of taxation are defined as costs, which arise to taxpayers, individuals and legal entites due to the fulfillment of tax obligations. Although these costs have a major impact on the efficiency of the tax system, they are not officially measured. The purpose of the master’s thesis is to identify, quantify and optimize the compliance costs of taxation in a specific company.
International Tax Optimization of Associated Enterprises
Šebková, Lenka ; Svirák, Pavel (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on international tax planning and tax optimization of relaties parties. In the first part of the thesis are written theoretical bases, which are important for understanding the whole work. In the analytical parts are stated the factors that are decisive for international tax planning. At the end of the work is presented the process of international tax planning and tax optimization on a specific subject.
Optimization of the Tax Liability of the Selected Subject
Ondrová, Petra ; Fajmon, Luboš (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on overdue receivables of the selected entity, especially from the tax perspective. The theoretical part deals with the key concepts used in this thesis. The analytical part describes the current method of dealing with overdue receivables of the selected entity from the tax point of view. The practical part contains recommendations for tax optimization of the entity’s receivables.
Property taxes and their place in the tax system
Hrábek, Radek ; Karfíková, Marie (advisor) ; Boháč, Radim (referee) ; Trubač, Ondřej (referee)
Property taxes and their place in the tax system Abstract In the thesis I dedicate my research attention to legal areas with high social resonance and the endless interest of the broad scientific community. The issue of taxes, especially property, undoubtedly appeals to the large civilian public who encounters it in its real life, and yet it is a constant object of research by the scientific juristic community and the giants of legal theory and practice. Taxes are one of the natural legacy of a citizen with the state. There is no need for a long search to find that the tax and tax policy of the state are among the essential attributes of its independence and sovereignty, both internally and externally in the modern world. In particular, through taxes, public budgets and funds, such as state and municipal finances, serve to meet their needs, protect property and inhabitants. Thus, the thesis also contains a brief historical treatise on property tax, which is relevant for the examination of the legal property tax field, especially so that the factors of their importance, location, position and continuity, as well as discontinuity in the tax system, are easier to determine. Looking at the past in order to determine the formation and application of property taxes in our geographical area, together with a...
Tax Havens
Med, Šimon ; Vybíral, Roman (advisor) ; Karfíková, Marie (referee)
Tax Havens Abstract The issue of tax havens is a frequently discussed topic of recent years, both by taxpayers and tax advisors and by the financial administration. This is due to EU and OECD activity in this area and increased legislative activity regulating harmful practices of tax havens The aim of this work is to summarize tax havens. Therefore, will I focus on states in Europe, multinationals and direct corporate taxation. The main initiatives are the OECD initiative against BEPS and the EU tax avoidance package (ATAD, CCCTB, CCTB, DAC). Tax havens can be simply defined as states in which the taxpayer is less taxed than the in the state of source of income. In a broader sense, it is not only lower taxation but also mediation of the lack of transparency of beneficial owners towards the tax authorities in the state of the source of income. In the first part of this thesis I deal with the basic terms that are connected to tax havens. These are the elements of the tax, the definition of tax havens, tax evasion, tax avoidance, tax optimization, tax planning. The second part deals with the symptoms of tax havens, where I show examples of harmful practices. In this section, I focus on Double Irish with Dutch Sandwich, transfer pricing, abuse of double tax treaties, harmful tax practices in relationship to tax...

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