Employee benefits from tax and mandatory insurance perspectives

Employee benefits play an important role in attracting new and retaining existing employees. Happy and motivated people are a prerequisite for any company’s success. A well-designed system of benefits should encourage staff’s loyalty and increase their motivation.

However, providing employee benefits has considerable tax implications. That is why we would like to invite you to a training course where you will learn more about employee benefits from the perspective of personal income tax (including mandatory social security and health insurance), as well as from the perspective of corporate income tax and VAT. VAT implications may sometimes be even more treacherous than those relating to direct taxes. Our speakers will outline the possibilities of providing employee benefits in a manner that is optimal for the employees and for the employer as regards tax and mandatory insurance.

Who are the intended participants

  • Tax specialists, payroll accountants, HR staff and executives dealing with employee benefits and their tax optimisation.

Programme

  • How much do individual employee benefits cost the employer?
  • Analysis of the most common employee benefits
  • Is it possible for some employee benefits to achieve a tax and/or mandatory insurance treatment that is advantageous for both the employee and the employer?
  • Providing employee benefits to ‘economic employees’ 
  • Expected changes in employee benefits.
  • Practical examples.

Benefits

  • You will get a grasp of the tax and social security/health insurance implications of  some of the most common employee benefits (both on the part of the employee and the employer), current interpretations by tax administrators, and court decision-making practice.
  • You will understand the pitfalls and issues that you may encounter in setting up an employee benefits scheme.
  • You will learn how to set up an employee benefits scheme that is efficient from the tax and mandatory insurance perspectives.

The course is not intended for companies providing tax and legal advisory services.

Dates

Employee benefits from tax and mandatory insurance perspectives

6. 10. 2021 09:00–16:30
KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o., Pobřežní 1a, Praha 8
Course fee: 5 900,- CZK ex. VAT
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For attending this training course, you are eligible to gain 7 of CPD points.

The fee includes training materials, morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch. The training will be conducted in Czech.