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The RSM Poland Blog is a practical guide to taxes and business. We would like to use it as a tool for communicating some of the most interesting tax and economic topics, discussing issues related to incorporation and organisation of companies, touch on transfer pricing and reporting in accordance with Polish and international standards, as well as to study other key notions commonly related to running and managing a business.

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RSM Poland Blog” is a magazine entered into the Register of Newspapers and Magazines under no. RPR 3381 of the District Court in Poznań, I Civil Department.
The publisher: RSM Poland Audyt S.A.
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Editor-in-chief: Joanna BOCIĄG joanna.bociag@rsmpoland.pl 

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12 October 2021
Krzysztof CIESIELSKI

Selling a company tends to be a long process that takes a couple of months. In practice, it starts much earlier than the actual negotiations with the buyer. That is when the business owner can make mistakes that will cost them dearly. What are these traps and how can they be avoided?

12 October 2021
Krzysztof CIESIELSKI

If the seller wants to land a good price and the buyer wants to avoid overpaying, the transaction of selling a business must be supported with a reliable valuation of the acquired company. But who should do it and how should it be done in order for the valuation report to be credible?

3 September 2021

The last major amendment to withholding tax regulations was supposed to take effect on 1 January 2019. However, the Ministry of Finance has continued to push back the date of their final implementation by way of successive regulations. They have also announced that they are already working on some new amendments. Thus, Polish entrepreneurs and their foreign contractors still do not know for sure when the announced regulations will become effective nor what they will actually entail.

18 August 2021
Tomasz BEGER

The Ministry of Finance has just published their proposed amendments of transfer pricing regulations under the Polish Deal. The goals behind the suggested amendments are, among others, to make it easier for taxpayers to meet their reporting obligations and simplify the local file.

4 August 2021
Piotr WYRWA, Wawrzyniec ŻBIKOWSKI

We are going to continue here with the Polish Deal and tax changes planned for 2022. After the regulations offering simplified procedures in the choice of the Estonian CIT and the innovation support package, another noteworthy new option is preferences for holding companies. This proposal seems interesting, but a more careful analysis of the regulations shows that there are many hazards involved when it comes to these new preferences.

30 July 2021
Piotr WYRWA, Wawrzyniec ŻBIKOWSKI

On Monday, 26 July, a draft act amending the PIT Act, CIT Act and certain other acts was published, being a part of what is known as the “Polish Deal”. It rolls out many taxation changes, including more lenient conditions for applying the “Estonian CIT”.

28 July 2021
Kaja DADEL

The company’s debt ratio is an important criterion for assessing business performance. Even though raising external capital prompts faster growth and boosts your profitability, you must remember that this kind of capital raising involves significant risks. Liquidity hazards seem to be critical here.

18 June 2021
Zuzanna BRÓDKA

Plans of introducing an online registration procedure in the National Court Register (in Polish: KRS) were developed back in 2018. Unfortunately, the online registration process still remains merely a proposal.

8 June 2021
Aleksandra KORZEŃ

With the new digital age technologies, accounting office staff gradually got used to e-mail communication, relying on scanned documents and having more casual connections with tax office staff. The pandemic that has made working from home so popular and has also greatly streamlined the information exchange between accountants and clerks. However, does that mean that digitisation itself is enough to solve all the accounting problems?

1 June 2021
Małgorzata JANKOWSKA

Shortly after the results of the US presidential election were announced, Kamala Harris, the first female Vice-President in the history of the United States, said: “While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last, because every little girl watching tonight sees that this a country of possibilities” and this message travelled the world with a lightning speed. With these words, she empowered American women and encouraged them to take up key positions.

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