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Real Estate Tax

 
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x1 Real Estate Tax x1 is made up of two various taxes. Buildings and Structures Tax and Land Tax. The taxation period is one calendar year. Tax returns must be submitted to the appropriate office by 31st January.

 
 
Land Tax for 2010 is being increased to twice its value for all land for which the tax basis is the area in metres squared. On the contrary the tax rate is not being increased for agricultural land (plough land, hop fields, vineyards, orchards, gardens, ponds, permanent pasturage). For Buildings and Structures Tax all the rates are increased to twice their value apart from rates concerning buildings and structures for other commercial activities – the existing tax rate of 10 CZK/ is applied to these. The tax value then depends on the coefficient, which is multiplied by metres in some cases.
 
Author: Aleš Martínek
 
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