Today, the Supreme Administrative Court has adopted an important resolution in the field of real estate tax (sign. III FSK 1/12): “A building object, which is a construction within the meaning of Art. 3 point 3 of the Construction Law in connection with Art. 1a paragraph 1 point 2 of the Act on Local Taxes

The Council of Ministers adopted a substantially modified draft amendment to tax regulations under the “Polish Deal” programme. The document has now been submitted to the Sejm. Below we present a synthetic overview of the most important changes in relation to the original proposals. 1. Health insurance contribution The adopted project specifies that the basis

We would like to inform you about two important events in the tax and legal field. “SLIM VAT 2” package Any day an amendment to the VAT Act will be published in the Journal of Laws, implementing the so-called “SLIM VAT 2” package. The most important changes within the package include: resignation from the condition

Significant tax reform

The Ministry of Finance has published a comprehensive draft amendment to tax regulations as part of the “Polish Deal” program. A very extensive document (225 pages) includes many changes in various taxes (PIT, CIT, VAT). Below we present a synthetic overview of the most important of them. 1. Principles of tax progression (PIT) As part

The Minister of Finance signed a decree on redemption of tax on income (revenues) due to redemption of financial subsidies granted from the Financial Shield of the Polish Development Fund. The non-collection of tax will apply to the income (revenue) obtained by the beneficiaries of the support from June 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022.

The right to deduct input tax is a fundamental right of a taxpayer under VAT regulations. However, there may be a situation in which our contractor does not pay the output tax, which was the input tax for us. In such a situation, does the taxpayer lose the right to deduct input tax? It is

Telematics services are becoming more and more popular, especially for companies with a large fleet of vehicles. The vehicles are fitted with devices that enable their tracking (using GPS), downloading data from on-board computers, etc. Such effects are achieved thanks to special software. In practice, as in the case of many other services, suppliers of

The Ministry of Finance presented another set of tax proposals under the “Polish Deal” program. Their guiding idea is the return (repatriation) of capital to Poland. Additionally, it is proposed to simplify the provisions on transfer pricing. Transfer pricing simplifications Following the decisions of the Transfer Pricing Forum, the Ministry proposes the following solutions: elimination

The Ministry of Finance has published further proposals for tax changes in the so-called Of the “Polish Deal”. They include, in particular, the following. Relief for increasing sales The relief of the relief is another novelty in the Polish tax system. The taxpayer could deduct from the income the costs incurred in order to increase

The Ministry of Finance presented another package of proposals for taxpayers under the “Polish Deal” program. They focus on facilitating easier settlements and new tax reliefs. The regulations are to enter into force on 1 January 2022. The “Estonian CIT” The Ministry proposes to simplify the regime and to make it more accessible, especially through:

The Ministry of Finance proposed solutions in the field of tax reliefs, which are part of the so-called “Polish Deal”. R&D relief The most important change is the proposal that all taxpayers should be able to deduct 200% of employee costs as part of R&D. Relief for innovative employees According to the proposed regulation, a

The Ministry of Finance is proposing a package of tax reliefs aimed at reviving the economy. The Ministry proposes to introduce: relief for the initial public offering of shares (IPO relief); relief for investors via Venture Capital funds that invest capital in innovative enterprises; consolidation relief; expansion relief; changes in the so-called “Estonian” CIT. In