RE: [Czechlist] TIN
> >It is wrong! By obtaining DIC you register for the incomeIn CR, the DIC is an identification number for a payer of *any* tax - real
> tax, not VAT!
estate tax, income tax, VAT, ...whichever it could be. That means that you
need not be a VAT-payer and still you may be assigned a DIC. The revenue
office distinguishes the different taxes by the respective account numbers -
but the identification of the paying subjects is always the same: their
(This information was confirmed by a tax adviser.)
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> So, I am the first one.And I am the second and surely not the last one. As soon as you want to be
self-employed it is mandatory to be registered with your tax office. Those
people in the Czech Republic having no DIC can just run into problems. DIC
is nothing more and nothing less than confirmation of the fact you have
registered yourself as a taxpayer with your respective tax office. Having
DIC enables you to register as a taxpayer of any taxes you "wish" (income
tax, road tax, VAT).