Tax always comes into play in almost every facet of your business. To avoid surprise losses related to tax, tax advice needs to be sought before you enter into business transactions. Hence, tax planning is best developed in advance. However, certain transactions may have been undertaken without proper tax planning or even without any tax planning at all.
In those situations, you will need to identify tax risks and find ways to mitigate them. We are ready to satisfy your needs.
You may discuss with us your envisaged transactions or deals. It would be better if you could provide us with relevant draft agreements. This will help us better understand your business and, in particular, the envisaged transaction. Thereby, identify the relevant tax implications from an Polish perspective, and recommend ways to mitigate the relevant tax risks.
You may also discuss with us transactions or deals that you have undertaken, but about which you are uncertain of the tax implications from a Polish tax perspective. We will identify the tax risks and recommend ways to mitigate them.
If getsix® cannot actually represent you, we will lean on our ‘Competence Network’ to make sure you are provided with representation and assistance within the scope of tax and fiscal proceedings and proceeding before administrative courts, as well as defense in penal-fiscal proceedings.
If you are planning to work or set up a business in Poland, you will probably have queries regarding taxes getsix® is here to help. In general, all residents in Poland are obligated to pay income tax in the country. Expatriates having their personal and economic interest in Poland or who have been living there for more than 183 days during the year are considered to be a tax resident.
As independent and objective professionals, getsix® can assist client’s to fulfil their accounting and tax compliance obligations efficiently and accurately in accordance with the local and international accounting standards; mitigating tax risk and maximising tax deductibility and VAT recoverability.
Last modified: May 27, 2019