- Expat Accountant in Prague is the one-stop shop for all (business) needs of foreigners and expats in Czech Republic.

The owner is expat himself, from own experience he knows what issues a foreigner encounters in CZ.
We help you with selecting self-employment, setting up an sro or remaining employed at a (foreign) company.
We give no-nonsense accounting, VAT & tax advice for SMEs, freelancers, especially consultants and programmers.
This we have been doing for over a decade, in the mean time we have a customer base of 100s of clients.

Our Services

Business Consultation for Foreigners with small companies (SMEs)

Any Questions about Accounting, Taxes, Visas, Setting up a Business in CZ? Book a Consultation!

Income Tax Return services

After the hap-happiest season of the year comes the bus-busiest season of the year

Order your Tax Return in time! Do not wait till the very last moment. In January would be ideal.

We have capacity for only a few hundred clients, on a first-come first-serve basis.

Thank you & Looking forward to your Order.

SRO Corporate
Income Tax Return
Trade License
Income Tax Return
Income Tax Return
Property / Rental
Income Tax Return
File for
an Extension
Claim lost
Tax Benefits

Accounting Services

Accounting services for SROs (Czech limiteds), Trade Licenses (self-employment), Payroll administration

VAT Services

VAT services for SROs (Czech limiteds), Trade Licenses (self-employment), VAT Returns, EC Sales Lists, Kontrolni Hlaseni, EORI

Trade License (Živnostenský List) Registration Services

An ideal solution for a one-man business / consultant / programmer / teacher

Business Seat and Virtual Office

A registered address for your SRO or Trade License in Prague


A group of companies, appearing and disappearing like mushrooms in the forest, have the habit of scanning the (public) trade license register / commercial court register and targeting new registrations of foreigners.

As they can see your trade license / SRO address they will send there a letter that really looks like official correspondence from a government body but definitely IS NOT. They make use of the fact that foreigners do not understand Czech. On the document is a long legal text, and they gamble on the fact that people don't know what it is / get scared and pay. It is in fact an invoice for a listing in a business directory. The text is written in such a way that from a legal perspective they do nothing wrong.

The evilness comes in several forms: 1) they exploit people by deceiving them 2) the listing is in a completely insignificant directory 3) if you pay once, you have actually agreed to pay ANNUALLY. The original amount is usually between 1.200 and 3.500 CZK. The next year it can be as high as 31.000 CZK (and then they will threaten to sue you for not paying that crazy amount)

If, at any point in time you receive a suspicious letter, under no circumstances pay. This is not an additional charge of the trade license register / commercial court. It is a con job. Even to Czech speakers it may seem an official document. You need to read really, really carefully to discover what it actually is.

We are very allergic to these kind of practices - it damages our and our colleagues' businesses, because people think WE are playing foul play because after they pay us for our services, they think that they are getting an extra charge we did not inform them about.

Therefore, we offer to look at any suspicious document FOR FREE.
Just send us a scan of the document + the envelope, and we will tell you exactly what they have sent you.

Even if we can help just a handful of people it is worth it, so don't hesitate to contact us.