RSM Poland




9 January 2023

An employment certificate is a document that almost every person actively working full-time has had to do with. Basically, it is a simple employment record form that the employer fills out to the best of his knowledge and gives to the employee after the end of the employment relationship. Although it is a prosaic and mundane duty, the diligence in completing this document (and the deadlines for its submission indicated in the regulations) should not be underestimated, because in the event of negligence the consequences for the employer can be really severe.

16 December 2022

Polish Localization Package (PLP) provides an extension of a native functionality in NetSuite Oracle. It is a set of designed modules intended to fully support your financial NetSuite system in compliance with the Polish requirements stated in the Polish Accounting Act. We regularly update the PLP module and so we would like to announce a new version of Oracle NetSuite Polish Localization Package 2022.1 software. Our release notes provide information on the features and improvements in each release.

9 December 2022

As usual, in December, entrepreneurs think about how much the changes in the regulations that will come into force from January of the new year will affect their tax settlement and operations. To make it easier for you to find yourself in the maze of regulations introduced by the new Polish Deal (and not only), we have prepared a quick summary. Here are the most important changes in the law that will affect doing business in Poland in 2023.

8 December 2022

How can an employer grant an employee unpaid leave? And who is entitled to such unpaid leave? Most employees are familiar with the most popular types of leaves and have at least once in their lives used the days of holiday leave guaranteed by the Labour Code, took leave on request, training leave, parental leave or special leave. However, taking a few days off unpaid is something that both employees and employers often remain wary of. How to approach this topic and what should we know about it?

17 November 2022

According to tax regulations, if our company purchases a vehicle from an EU Member State, it is an intra-community acquisition of goods. This creates additional obligations that we must fulfil as entrepreneurs. And regardless of whether we have decided to buy a used passenger car or a new one, we must prepare a VAT-23 declaration and prepare to pay VAT.

14 November 2022

Recently, the tax offices have been more into withholding tax, which results in a growing number of inspections of how this tax is being settled. Even though new withholding tax regulations have been in force for nearly a year now, they seem to remain quite problematic both for remitters and taxpayers. What appears to be most difficult?

7 November 2022

The end of the year is approaching fast, and for most businesses it means they need to close their accounts and prepare their financial statements. Unfortunately, this year there may be some trouble around the corner: due to exceeding predefined thresholds, many organisations will be burdened with additional obligations arising from the requirement to have their financial statements audited by a statutory auditor.

18 October 2022
Klaudia GREC

Under the balance sheet law, if lease was concluded for a period of more than 75% of the economic life of the leased asset, it should be recorded in the balance sheet as finance lease. How can the entrepreneur check if the lease they concluded meets this requirement and thus must be recognised accordingly in the books?

5 October 2022
Klaudia GREC

Leasing is a unique form of business financing, where companies do not need to purchase the assets in order to use them. With the growing popularity of lease, many entrepreneurs are considering the pros and cons of this type of financing, also in the context of tax costs. What is very important yet often overlooked here is that your lease must be recognised on your balance sheet properly. What do you need to focus on?

30 September 2022

13th October 2022 is the date of entry into force of the amendment to the Polish Code of Commercial Partnerships and Companies, which introduces the so-called holding law. The new regulations are to regulate the legal situation of private limited companies (i.e. limited liability companies, simple joint-stock companies, and joint-stock companies) that operate within the corporate groups. The amendment also affects foreign parent companies.


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