We present below a short summary of the most important changes in tax law and tax practice in January: Legislation The Decree on the exclusion of the obligation to collect flat-rate corporate income tax (item 2852) was published in the “Journal of Laws” – an updated catalogue, especially with regard to the so-called technical payers.

Yesterday the Council of Ministers adopted a draft Act on amendments to the Polish Value Added Tax Act and certain other laws – the so-called “SLIM VAT 3” package. This is another installment of the VAT modification campaign, aimed at preparing packages of changes that make it easier for entrepreneurs to account for VAT. Thanks

The Supreme Administrative Court issued an important ruling on documenting tax costs. The background was as follows: during the a audit, the company did not submit any source documents confirming the incurrence of tax costs indicated in the declaration. The company stated that the inability to present the documents was the result of a fire

Changes in the Labor Code

Yesterday, the Council of Ministers adopted a draft amendment to the Labor Code, implementing in particular the directives: “work-life balance” and on transparent and predictable working conditions. According to government information, the changes will primarily concern the following issues. Holidays As regards to parental leave, employees will have an individual right to parental leave. A

Changes in taxes 2023

We would like to present you with a brief summary of the changes in the tax law regulations that will come into force from the beginning of 2023. It is worth analyzing them in terms of their impact on your business. Corporate Income Tax (CIT) The first group of changes results from the amendment adopted

We present below a short summary of the most important changes in tax law and tax practice in December: Legislation A draft act amending act on tax on goods and services and some other acts was published on the website of the Government Legislation Center – introduction of: an obligatory e-invoicing (National System of e-Invoices)

It is a common practice of taxpayers to take over the debts of contractors when purchasing real estate, leasing or other contracts standard for business transactions. Such a debt takeover may have a positive impact on, for example, the price or terms of concluded contracts. However, what if the taxpayer decides to repay all or

Recently, the Ministry of Finance published a draft amendment to the Accounting Act, implementing EU Directive 2021/2101. Its purpose is to introduce an obligation addressed to the largest entities to prepare and publish an income tax report. This obligation applies to companies that are: an ultimate parent undertaking company (i.e. they prepare consolidated financial statements),

On 8th December 2022 significant changes to the Act on Counteracting Excessive Delays in Commercial Transactions entered into force. They focus on two main areas: facilitation, including clarification of regulations, and increasing the effectiveness of proceedings conducted by the Head of UOKiK. The deadline for submitting the report was extended from 31st January to 30th

We present below a short summary of the most important changes in tax law and tax practice in November: Legislation The Decree amending the Decree on exemptions from the obligation to keep sales records using cash registers (item 2242) was published in the Journal of Laws – exemption of municipalities from the obligation to record

On 1 December 2022, the Government Legislation Center published a draft act amending the Polish VAT Act regarding the National System of e-Invoices (Pol. KSeF), which is to introduce the obligation to issue structured invoices from 1 January 2024. The publication of the draft act in question begins the second stage of the implementation of

For several years, we have witnessed a gradual replacement of “old type” cash registers with cash registers with (at least) electronic copies, and ultimately with online cash registers. What is this gradual transformation “on” today? The original plans of the Ministry of Finance were daring – it was said that online cash registers would apply