RSM Poland


German Desk

The German Desk Team at RSM Poland comprises tax advisors, expert auditors, experts in accountancy and organisational governance, specialised translators (including sworn translators) and lawyers. By working together we are able to comprehensively and fully respond to our clients' needs. Members of our German Desk are not only highly qualified professionals, but also present great language skills and good knowledge of the culture of German-speaking countries. This is how knowledge and experience supports our clients, who have boldly embarked on the journey called "new investment in a foreign country", in reaching their target safely and comfortably.

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Women in Politics and the Economy

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.

A1 certificate and related doubts

27 November 2019
Entrepreneurs from German-speaking regions are more frequently asking us about getting A1 certificates for their employees. Let us remind you that an A1 certificate is issued to confirm the social security legislation that applies to its holder. Therefore, this certificate is very important for all those who travel around the European Union, European Economic Area or Switzerland because of their professional commitments, e.g. expats.

Polish and German Business Cooperation (part 4). Hiring Employees in Poland

13 June 2019
In previous posts, we presented a handful of basic information that may be useful for foreign investors planning to start their business in Poland. Undoubtedly, a crucial thing here is the the choice of the legal form of such business, as we discussed e.g.: here. The next big step on the way towards developing a business in Poland is to hire employees. This, in turn, involves an entire range of additional obligations for the employer, such as occupational health and safety, personal income tax and social insurance.

Polish and German business cooperation (part 3 A bit about statistics)

16 April 2019
Research shows, however, that Poland is among the leaders in Central and Eastern Europe in terms of the number of foreign direct investments and investment attractiveness. According to the Doing Business 2018 report, prepared by the World Bank and being one of the most comprehensive analyses of conditions of doing business, Poland ranks 27th in the world in terms of business-friendly environment.

Polish and German business cooperation (part 2 Starting a business in Poland)

15 March 2019
As promised earlier, I will try to present some practical solutions prepared by the German Desk Team of RSM Poland which make it easier for foreign investors, in particular entities from German-speaking countries, to start or expand their business in Poland in the context of complex and often changing legal and tax regulations.