Try our Updated Calculators for 2024

Try free online calculators for Czech freelancers, employees, and residents to estimate income, expenses, taxes, maternity leave and more. Find out what you’ll earn, owe, and receive in benefits while living in the Czech Republic in 2024.
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Freelance Payment Calculator

See what you’ll pay for your social and health insurance and income tax with this quick calculator!

Net Salary Calculator

Find out your clean salary, tax relief and insurance payments in moments with our easy-to-use calculator!

Side Job Tax Calculator

Determine your taxable income when earning as both an employee and a self-employed freelancer in the Czech Republic.

Employment Contract Calculator

Calculate what’s best for you: working on a full-time employment contract or freelancing on a Czech trade license.

Trade License Tax Return Calculator

Calculate net income after taxes on main income, secondary income, student income, or maternity income on a self-employed trade license.

Crypto & Capital Gains Calculator

Estimate income tax on crypto earnings and capital gains in the Czech Republic.

Rental Income Calculator

Calculate how much annual rental income you can receive in the Czech Republic.

Employee Tax Return Calculator

Calculate if filing an employee tax return will be advantageous financially versus required by tax laws in the Czech Republic.

VAT Payment Calculator

Determine the amount of VAT to add to your invoice with our VAT payment calculator for Czech-based freelancers

VAT Number Checker

Use this VAT checker to verify if a CZ or EU VAT registration number is valid.

Paid Holiday Calculator

Calculate exactly how many hours paid holiday entitlement you receive in the Czech Republic.

Maternity Pay Calculator

Get an estimate of how much pay you could receive in the Czech Republic while you’re on maternity leave!

Parental Leave Calculator

Calculate parental leave benefits based on your monthly income and planned monthly installments.

Mortgage Calculator

Find out how much your monthly mortgage payments could be on your Czech home!

Content Creator Tax Calculator

Calculate personal income taxes from freelance or hobby income as a content creator.

FAQs
Pexpats strives to help internationals, students, freelancers, and employees navigate the obstacles of living and working in the Czech Republic. On top of complete immigration and tax services, we develop free online finance tools, document generators, and resources for expats. These assist busy internationals from all over the world with everything from legal communications, to finance management, and filing taxes. We’ve been around since 2013, and helped expats with trade licenses, residency permits, partnership visas, health insurance, housing, and more. This includes for EU, UK, and non-EU citizens, as well as post-Brexit services.
The freelance payment calculator helps OSVC trade license holders to calculate payments to social security, health insurance, and income taxes. Use it to find your annual net salary after mandatory contributions and taxation according to your taxable income.
There are two tax rates for Czech freelancers in 2024: the standard 15 percent, and the progressive 23 percent. Which tax rate you pay depends on your annual clean income. In 2024, the income limit for the 23% tax rate is average gross salary multiplied by 36. That is CZK 43,967 (average gross) x 36 = CZK 1,582,812. For earnings of this amount or lower, the 15% tax rate applies. Any clean income over this amount then has a 23 percent tax rate.
Did you have a job offer, but not sure if you should register a trade license or go on as a full-time employee? Try the Czech Employment Contract Calculator to compare what’s best for you: working on a trade license or on salary.
You have to register as a VAT payer in a number of cases. The first is if your annual turnover exceeds CZK 2 million. The second is if you received assets via privatization, a merger, or the sale of a company. Otherwise, you might choose to voluntarily pay VAT. In 2024, there are two new Czech VAT rates (the reduced 12 percent, and the standard 21 percent). Learn more about VAT, calculate VAT payments, and check VAT numbers free online with Pexpats’ VAT Payment Calculator, or the VAT Number Verifier.
If you have been employed in the country for at least one year, you can qualify for Czech maternity pay. Maternity pay is covered by your employer for the time you are not able to work. This is different from maternity leave, which is additional support from Czech authorities. To learn more about maternity pay, use the Maternity Pay Calculator. It will help you understand how much money you could receive while on maternity leave as a full-time employee.

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