RSM Poland



Automotive industry is the largest and most productive branch of the Polish economy, accounting for around 8% of GDP. Its driving force is the production of automotive parts and accessories, which accounts for as much as 57% of the value of products manufactured by the entire automotive sector. This very important segment of Polish economy contributed towards its achievement of maintaining a high position in comparison with Europe - and even the whole world - in terms of the dynamically developing automotive production area.

We are highly experienced in cooperating with companies from the automotive industry. Services provided for this sector include audit, tax advisory, accounting as well as transaction advisory. We are a regular business partner to 10+ automotive companies whose joint revenue from sales in Poland amounts to over EUR 2,15 billion annually.

Key contact person:



Audit Partner
Statutory Auditor (11245)

T: +48 61 8515 766

VAT-23 declaration, i.e. the purchase of a means of transport from a Member State

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.

The Global Automotive Summit, an international RSM conference dedicated to the automotive industry, is coming up

11 June 2021
This year’s edition will be held online under the slogan “Re-Activating and Re-Imagining the Automotive Industry”. This event, attended by RSM experts from all over the world, will take place from 30 June to 1 July.

Settling fuel card expenses – a new hope (?)

3 August 2015
In the individual tax ruling of 25th February 2015, prepared for DKV Euro Service GmbH & CO. KG, a company issuing fuel cards, tax authorities confirmed that a fuel purchase transaction by means of a fuel card does constitute a taxable chain transaction in the meaning of Article 7.8 of the Act on VAT. This means that fuel sale invoices issued by a fuel card provider entitle the final purchaser, such as a transportation company, to deduct VAT from the purchase.