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|Language of final thesis:||English|
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|Title of the thesis:||Taxing the digital sector|
|Summary:||This thesis is about the taxation of the digital sector of the economy. Currently, this issue is being discussed because of the fast development of these services, where the current rules for taxation of goods and services are still dependent on the physical presence of entities at the point of sale and thus unusable. The work is focused on existing systems and proposals on how to tax this sector in the EU, problematics in international tax planning and aggressive planning to reduce the tax base. The aim of the thesis is to compare available proposals and established regimes in the EU and to draw a proposal for taxation of digital services for the Czech Republic.
The main method of this thesis is to analyze the obtained data for the subsequent comparison of indicators and benefits for the Czech Republic. The thesis offers an insight into the digital sector, countermeasures by individual states by application of unilateral measures and the EU measures and effort to come up with a common tax regime. The main benefit of the thesis is the proposal for taxation of the digital sector in the Czech Republic and the estimate of possible revenues. The Czech Republic has started to address this issue in early 2019, but it is still uncertain how or when this taxation will occur.
|Key words:||OECD, SAAR, Diploma thesis, digital economy, tax avoidance, GAAR, digital sector, tax planning, unilateral measures, BEPS, equalization levy, taxation|
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