For health care and social sectors, Value Added Tax remains a difficult but curable proposition

Patek, Václav; Vošahlikovaá, Jarmila
February 2002
Prague Business Journal;2/25/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p11
Academic Journal
Focuses of the proposition of value added tax (VAT) application on organizations providing health care and social welfare services in Czech Republic. Creation of separate VAT-efficient cost centers within the organization; Use of different entities to make different supplies; Reduction on the level of VAT that the organization pays on purchases.


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