INTRASTAT serves to process and send statistical data on the movement of goods between EU Member States in intra-EU trade.
Thus, between the Czech Republic and other EU Member States, the goods have to cross the state border of the Czech Republic. The INTRASTAT system is mandatory for all EU Member States, but it is not consistent with the primary data collection (eg in the form of a statement, organizational security, breakdown of types of business transactions, collection of some data and reporting method, reporting thresholds) .
That’s why it is better to leave this activity to specialized companies that have already automated the paperwork process and have special software for this administration. And they can handle it all the way several times faster.
The obligation to process and send this data through INTRASTAT is only available to persons registered in the Czech Republic for VAT if they have received goods from another Member State or have dispatched goods to another Member State at a value in excess of the specified reporting threshold for INTRASTAT. This limit was set at CZK 12 million separately for received (imported) goods and in particular 12 million for goods dispatched per year. Any company having its registered office in the Czech Republic is a VAT payer and exceeds the above amounts in business transactions, INTRASTAT reporting is required. The report is monthly, no later than the 10th working day of the following month (when reporting electronically by the 12th of the month). This obligation lasts until the end of the year when the company exceeds this limit and the whole year, regardless of the sum and amount of the invoices.
The entry firm in May finds that the sum of all invoices for imported goods was worth CZK 12,300,000. That is, since May of this year, it is obliged to start reporting an admission. Because it exceeded the threshold of 12 million for goods received.
However, since it did not exceed the goods exit limit (also CZK 12 million), it only reports on receipt. However, it is still obliged to monitor the possible exceeding of the boundary of the goods on dispatch. Therefore, the individual amounts are not added up. the obligation to report data for INTRASTAT system occurs only if you exceed the limit of CZK 12 million on import and 12 million on export.
If you intend export goods in the height of 4 million crowns and 6 million imports into the Czech Republic, this obligation does not concern you. You can relax :-).
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