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We offer comprehensive support within tax consulting services. Our goal is to help our clients realise and identify areas of risk and by cooperating with them find solutions that will allow to minimise threats. Direct and close cooperation between advisor and client, a good understanding of the business, its organisation and principles are in our opinion essential to achieve goals. Thanks to our support the client is free to focus on operational issues and not worry about tax problems.

Our goal is to help our clients realise and identify areas of tax risk and by cooperating with them find solutions that will allow to minimise threats. Direct and close cooperation between tax advisor and client, a good understanding of the business, its organisation and principles are in our opinion essential to achieve goals. Thanks to our support the client is free to focus on operational issues and not worry about tax problems.

The tax advisory services offered by RSM Poland include, among others, the following:

Corporate tax compliance
Verification of calculations, identification of appropriate base for payments and elimination of errors to help you avoid costly mistakes and minimise time spent on preparing documentation.

Incentive schemes for management staff
Design and implementation of remuneration schemes for managers: cash, stock options or stocks. Effective incentives benefit the management as well as the company itself.

Tax advisory
Maximising benefits, minimising or eliminating threats, representation before administration authorities and more within comprehensive tax consulting services.

Tax and fiscal inspections
Support during audits conducted by fiscal authorities: providing necessary documentation, resolving disputes, protecting our clients businesses.

Tax audit
Initial, detailed or comprehensive verification of account books or systematic tax consulting to make sure the business complies with current regulations.

Tax opinions
Comprehensive assistance in the decision-making process to help businesses navigate in the maze of tax regulations and choose the most profitable solutions.

Tax planning
Effective tax consulting including optimization of payments through careful planning, wide approach towards each business and its finances and extensive knowledge of current regulations and their application.

Tax services for expats
Consulting in the area of selecting proper taxation, including verification of contracts, income, remuneration, and benefits for expats - foreigners - working in Poland.

Transfer pricing
Preparation of all documentation required for transactions between business entities affiliated with each other to ensure the documents conform with current law and regulations.

VAT compliance
Assistance in getting all the documentation under control - send us all the documents and we will prepare and submit correct statement.

Together with our tax experts from the global RSM network we are able to provide services to our clients in almost 120 tax jurisdictions. We do not hesitate to make use of our colleagues' experience as well as to constantly improve our competence during regular dedicated meetings (ITax Academy, RSM Academy, Center of Excellence).

What will trade with the United Kingdom look like after a hard Brexit?

7 February 2019
Maciej GÓRSKI
The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will make it impossible to apply the convenient solution, namely the simplified procedure of accounting for intra-Community trilateral transactions. Without it, it is possible that a Polish entrepreneur will have to register in the United Kingdom for VAT purposes.

RSM Poland Tax Consulting Team has a New Director

1 February 2019
We are happy to inform you that as of 1 February this year, RSM Poland Tax Consulting Team will have a new asset, Daniel WIĘCKOWSKI, wo will work as a Tax Director in our Warsaw office.

What good faith really means in the case of VAT (part 1)

27 November 2018
Przemysław POWIERZA
You must have already heard about the principle of good faith and due diligence in the context of value added tax (VAT). This issue has been addressed many times by the courts, both Polish and the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), which means that taxpayers quite often have disputes with tax authorities in this respect.

R&D tax relief getting more and more attractive for the IT industry

9 November 2018
Piotr WYRWA
Since a tax relief on research and development activity was introduced in 2016, relevant regulations have been amended on a yearly basis. We may have fond memories of the original regulation, as its legislator managed to use only 467 words. Currently, the R&D tax relief is provided for in more than 2,200 words in the CIT Act itself and in provisions of non-tax acts, which are going to be addressed here later.

How to use the split payment mechanism - FAQ (part 4)

17 October 2018
Przemysław POWIERZA
The split payment is a very broad subject. I could go on and on about it. Below you will find another chunk of questions and answers that crop up in connection with using this system of settlements. I cannot give you a 100 percent guarantee that once you have read our earlier posts (part 1, part 2, part 3), the split payment mechanism will have no secrets for you. However, knowing the rules and principles of using the SPM will make it easier for you to run your business and avoid tax traps. 

How to use the split payment mechanism - FAQ (part 3)

8 October 2018
Przemysław POWIERZA
Last time I focused on answering a lot of technical questions that have emerged in the wake of introducing a new form of settlement, namely the split payment mechanism. In today’s post, I will continue with this topic, hence we will take a closer look at the remaining issues that raise doubts.

How to use the split payment mechanism - FAQ (part 2)

24 September 2018
Przemysław POWIERZA
In my last post on the blog, I answered the most frequently asked questions that may crop up when analysing the benefits and drawbacks of the split payment mechanism. If you answered ‘yes’ to the fundamental question whether to use the split payment or not, this post will help you prepare for the proper introduction of the SPM in your organisation. But stay calm, even if you have made this decision, it does not mean that it is written in stone, as the purchaser has the freedom of deciding on how often and how he is going to apply the SPM.

How to use the split payment mechanism - FAQ (part 1)

28 August 2018
Przemysław POWIERZA
In newsletter 15/2018, we informed that the Minister of Finance published tax explanations concerning the split payment mechanism (hereinafter referred to as: SPM). Today, I am presenting my first post about the details. Based on the explanations and questions we had received from you, we have created a list of frequently asked questions about the introduction of the SPM. If you are still wondering whether to use the split payment mechanism or not, I encourage you to read my comments.

Ambiguous principles of calculating debt financing costs excluded from tax-deductible costs

7 August 2018
Krzysztof PUZYR
As of 1 January 2018, thin capitalisation rules have been replaced by regulations limiting the tax-deductibility of certain debt financing costs. Unfortunately, the new regulations fail to provide clear rules and principles for calculating the amount of debt financing costs excluded from tax-deductible costs and raise significant doubts among experts and taxpayers. Meanwhile, since the beginning of 2018, the director of the National Revenue Information Office has issued a number of tax interpretations concerning the matter in question, in which he presented a position that is disadvantageous for taxpayers.

How to verify a counterparty in order not to be involved in tax fraud (part 6)

4 July 2018
Przemysław POWIERZA
In today's entry I will summarize the main assumptions arising from the “Methodology”, i.e. a document containing guidelines helpful for tax administration officials in assessing the exercise of due diligence by entrepreneurs.

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