RSM Poland


Corporate services

The idea to start a business in Poland may seem simple, yet setting up a company is indeed a complex procedure. We offer you comprehensive services in terms of establishing companies and branches in Poland, including helping you choose the right form of business activity, draw up the company deed and other registration documents, and register the company with the National Court Register and the tax office, as well as assist you in the process of reporting the beneficial owner to the Central Register of Beneficial Owners.

For persons/businesses willing to immediately start operations, we have prepared an offer of fully registered companies ready for sale – the so-called shelf companies. Outside the registration procedure, we also offer other services enabling foreign entrepreneurs to smoothly conduct their business activity, in compliance with all binding legal regulations, such as corporate governance, accounting, tax and legal assistance. We also support businesses in their daily administrative burdens offering a wide range of corporate secretarial services.

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If you decide to wind off a company/branch, we can offer you professional support throughout the course of the liquidation proceedings held before the registry court.

What changes in Polish law and taxes will 2023 bring?

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.

New rules for signing financial statements and reports on company's operation in practice

2 August 2022
Let us remind you that from 1 January this year, there is a new option to sign financial statements and reports on company’s operations. If the entity drawing up the above-mentioned reports is managed by a collective body, it is enough for the statements or report to be signed by only one of its members, and the rest, instead of signatures, can make a declaration that the statements or report meet the requirements of the Act.

How to convert your sole proprietorship into a limited liability company?

6 June 2022
Many entrepreneurs who embark on their journey towards running their own business, opt for the simplest business structure, namely a sole proprietorship. The reason behind it is that is it not complicated and involves low start-up expenses, relatively few formalities, low costs and a quick registration process. However, as your business grows, other forms of running it may prove better for you.

Q&A for the citizens of Ukraine

6 April 2022
Are you a citizen of Ukraine who wants to start a business in Poland ? Do you feel unsure about the conditions that you should fulfil? Check out our Q&A - the RSM Poland's experts prepared short answers for the most common questions and explained everything you need to know before setting up a company in our country.

Branch and Representative Office of a Foreign Company in Poland: (Attractive) Alternatives to Starting a Company?

16 October 2021
If a foreign company has a temporary project in Poland or would just like to emphasize its presence on the Polish market, a foreign entrepreneur may consider some alternatives to establishing a company in Poland, namely opening a branch or a representative office of its foreign company in Poland.