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Earlier PIT-11 deadline for Polish companies

Like every year, business owners need to devote their thoughts to personal income tax (or PIT) that their employees need to pay for 2018. Every employed person is under obligation to report their remuneration and other income accrued in a given year to their local tax office. Numbers need to be added up and adequate […]
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Employee Capital Plans launched

2019 marks the start of a highly anticipated retirement system reform in Poland. In a recent official inauguration, Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki, expressed hopes that the new pension scheme will positively affect not only every employee in the country but also the entire state through generating savings and driving economic growth.   Employee […]
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Social insurance contributions lowered for sole entrepreneurs

From January 2019, sole proprietorships (natural persons conducting business activity) enjoy lowered social insurance contributions payments. The amount of contributions, which are obligatory, will be correlated with the company’s turnover. It will be a significant change to thousands of business entities in Poland.   As all companies in Poland, single-person businesses pay mandatory contributions to […]
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What will 2019 be like for Polish economy?

2018 is finally over. For Polish economy and businesses, the past twelve months were marked by record-high employment and strong GDP growth. What can entrepreneurs expect in 2019?   Business experts are certain: next year we are going to experience a slowdown. After the good days there always come bad days. There are sign indicating […]
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Anti-tax avoidance clause provisions to be broadened in 2019

In 2019, a legal act amending the anti-tax avoidance regulations will come into effect, making it even easier for tax authorities to act against dishonest taxpayers. The so-called clause against tax avoidance is a regulation introduced in 2016 which provides means for the government to punish those business entities that take actions to pay lower […]
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Ukrainian workforce will leave Poland?

Economic experts are quite certain: 2019 will be a tough year for the business owners relying on foreign staff. Germany is opening its labour market to workers from outside the European Union, which is likely to result in a large outflux of Ukrainian workers who currently live in Poland, as German companies in general offer […]
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Changes in minimum remuneration planned for 2019

The Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy is working on new provisions regarding remuneration for work in Poland. More specifically, they are planning to introduce some changes to the acts regulating the state minimum salary and wages. Government experts want to transform the way minimum salary is calculated.   To estimate the amount of […]
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Receipt first? Ministry has some unconventional plans.

The Ministry of Finance has revealed some interesting ideas for improving VAT tax collection and fighting dishonest taxpayers. According to the draft bill that can be found on Government Legislation Centre’s website, state officials would like sellers to issue receipts before they receive payment for sold goods and services. Business experts call it nothing but […]
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Hike in electricity prices expected in 2019

No good news for companies in Poland. Business owners should brace themselves for a drastic increase of the price of electric energy. Some industry experts suspect the cost of electricity may go up by as much as fifty percent! If this prediction comes true, this will be a big shock for entrepreneurs, not to mention […]
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5G in Poland? Ministry wants things to get moving

The Ministry of Infrastructure is working on legal provisions that will allow for the introduction of 5G internet in Poland. The goal is to have the entire country gain access to high-speed internet. The bill on supporting the development of telecommunications services and networks is currently in the consultations phase. The new law is planned […]
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