For more than five years we have been providing all services in the area of accounting and tax consultancy. As we know how hard it is to get around with all those rules and laws - especially if you don't speak the language. We try to speak to our clients in a way to understand the issues. We approach each client, whether individual or small or medium-sized company, individually and provide services tailored to their needs.
A few years ago, we took the challenge to create a tax application that wouldn't require the user to know anything about taxes. Therefore, ours is done as a questionnaire with questions and helps in a language that is understandable. After creating our first online tax returns for the Czech and Slovak Republics, we added a tax return for Austria, U.S.A. and U.K. in 2019. For now we are working hard on developing applications for other countries such as Germany, Belgium or Netherlands. You can focus on whatever you are expert in, we help you with finances.
More than 50 000 users use our application to calculate their taxes every year. We will prove to you that it's easier than you think. Check it out!
We save your time and costs, you don't have to go anywhere.
We will always try to find the best and affordable solution for you.
Through our international product portfolio and partner, you get worldwide coverage from one place.
Depending on your needs, we provide you with the adequate professional in given jurisdiction.
Have you worked and paid taxes in the Czech Republic?
How much taxes can you get back, known as a “tax refund”? The average refund of our clients is about 1 180 EUR. Have a look, it might by your case.
If you have a child living outside of the EU, you can still be entitled to German child benefit. To do this, you must meet one of the following requirements:
On 1 January 2019, Austria reduced the amount of child allowances for EU nationals who work in Austria and have children living abroad. It means that some mobile EU workers who fully contribute to the Austrian social security system receive lower benefits compared to those workers whose children...
The rules for non-residents of Austria differ from residents. Filing a tax return may be more complicated if a person comes from a country with which Austria does not have an agreement to avoid double taxation.