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    Loan interest

    Czech Republic: How to properly reduce one's tax base using loan interest Tax payers who make use of a loan under a contract with a building loan society or a mortgage-backed bank loan to finance their personal housing needs are entitled, under the Czech Income

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    Duty to disclose company particulars on the internet

    Czech Republic: All joint-stock companies must create their own website and post mandatory data on that site as stipulated by the law - e.g. invitations to the general meeting or their financial statements. As of 1 January 2014, the Corporations Act requires all joint-stock companies to create a company

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    No residence in Germany? Or in the Czech Republic?

    As of 1 November 2019, foreign addresses of expatriate Germans may be entered in their identity cards... The article is taken from the German original for the portal www.weka.de, which you can find on this link. Up to five million German citizens are estimated to live permanently abroad,

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    Guidelines on business partners

    Lithuania: Tax authority issued guidelines on the reliability of new business partners due to VAT violations. On 25 February 2014, the State Tax Inspectorate under the Lithuanian Ministry of Finance (STI) issued guidelines on the reliability of new business partners. The STI listed criteria to be taken into account

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    EU funding vs. VAT deduction

    Lithuania: Even though a new EU funding period began, some undisclosed tax-related problems still remain, e. g. deduction of input VAT. Even though a new European Union (EU) funding period began in 2014 (one of its priority areas is business support), some undisclosed tax-related problems still remain. One of

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