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IMPORTANT: ‘Anti-Crisis Shield’ – support for Polish entrepreneurs during the Coronavirus pandemic

On the weekend of 21st/22nd this year, the first information on detailed solutions of the planned package of laws, known as the ‘Anti-Crisis Shield’, was published. Only a few hours later it was revealed that proposals for changes and additions...
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Tax Focus 2019 | Zero PIT – Tax relief for people under the age of 26

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Date16 Sep 2019
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From the 1st August, 2019 an exemption from taxation of salaries of people under the age of 26 years of age was introduced. The rules of using zero PIT for young people are advantageous for those employed under a contract...
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Payroll Information | Some things you need to know about Payroll in Poland

Did you know that Poland is the largest country to enter into the European Union this century? getsix® are sure many of us have had direct experience with the Polish work ethic, either through direct contact with a Polish colleague,...
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Tax Information | Poland – 10 facts

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Date01 Oct 2018
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A brief summary of the most important information for any business or individuals who plan to invest in Poland. Corporate Income Tax (CIT) CIT is levied at a rate of 19% (standard rate) or 15% (reduced rate for small taxpayers...
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Alert | Planned changes to Polish business taxation for 2019

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Date13 Sep 2018
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Be aware of possible legislative changes, getsix® have prepared for you a list of proposed changes in Polish business taxation for 2019.   The Polish Ministry of Finance has announced key changes to be proposed under 2019 tax reform. These...
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The most significant changes to Polish CIT for this coming year

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Date22 Jan 2018
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Capital income and its separation from other income of the taxpayer From the 1st January, 2018 within the ‘Corporate Income Tax Act’, taxpayers will be obliged to detach the operating income from the capital income. Subsequently, loss from one source...
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