Taxes for Ukrainians After Their Relocation Abroad – Online War Help Desk
Today, we are thrilled to announce the completion of our latest pro bono project: free electronic guides on the taxation of Ukrainian IDPs both in Ukraine and in their countries of actual residence.
We have developed this valuable resource in collaboration with esteemed colleagues from INTEGRITES (Ukraine, Kazakhstan) Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek (Germany), Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka (DZP) (Poland), Advokátska kancelária CREDIS Law (Slovakia), and Garrigues (Spain).
The result is a bilingual guide covering the five jurisdictions with the highest number of registered Ukrainian refugees: Germany, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Spain. It provides clear explanations, in plain language, about tax residency, potential double taxation risks, personal income tax compliance duties, and registration with relevant state authorities.
We believe that these guides will serve as a vital source of initial legal advice for our compatriots who face various challenges after relocating abroad.
Here's a glimpse of what the Czech version of the guide covers:
- Tax residency and tax obligations in Ukraine and the Czech Republic.
- Taxation of wages received from a Ukrainian employer due to remote work in the Czech Republic.
The Czech version of the guide was expertly crafted by Viktoriya Fomenko, Partner at INTEGRITES and Jan Bürger, Senior Tax Advisor at PRK Partners.
We hope that this initiative will help ease the tax-related burdens faced by Ukrainian nationals abroad. Feel free to share this guide with anyone who might benefit from it.