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14 September 2020
Katarzyna SADOWSKA

In the previous part of our series on the tax implications of employee relocation we discussed the labour taxation in double taxation agreements and how to properly fulfil tax compliance duties in respect of income earned by a Polish residents from work abroad. The topic we will present you this time is the proper taxation of a remuneration that a Polish resident receives for work performed for a foreign employer in Poland (e.g. working remotely), and, more specifically, the obligations related to the payment of income tax advances during the tax year.

3 June 2020
Katarzyna SADOWSKA

We discussed tax residency in the first article on employee relocation. Now it is time to have a look at another important aspect: the method of taxation of paid work according to international agreements. These agreements are aimed at preventing double taxation of the same income, i.e. ensuring, among others, that the income from work performed abroad will not be taxed in two countries (i.e. in the source country and the country of residence).

19 May 2020
Katarzyna SADOWSKA

The consequences of economic development include investments of foreign entities in Poland as well as investments of Polish entrepreneurs abroad. Many foreign companies benefit from the abundant resources of well-educated and experienced Polish specialists, whereas Polish investors seek employees with adequate qualifications on foreign markets. As a result, the number of Polish employees employed in foreign entities, as well as foreign employees employed in Polish companies, is growing significantly. Specialists can provide their services from any place in the world (working remotely), often on the territory of more than one country.