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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 and  comprehensive tax advisory 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 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).

Employing foreigners in Poland (part 4). Statement on entrusting work to a foreigner

6 February 2020
Anna JELIŃSKA
As we have already mentioned in the previous article, any foreigner applying for a visa in order to perform work may submit a written statement on entrusting work registered by the labour office instead of a work permit.

Transfer pricing sanctions

16 January 2020
Tomasz BEGER
There has been a lot of talk about changes in transfer pricing regulations over the last 3 years.

Employing foreigners in Poland (part 3). Work permits

20 December 2019
Anna JELIŃSKA
As we already know, any foreigner who is a citizen of the European Union and wishes to work on the territory of Poland does not need a work permit. We discussed this in more detail in our last article from a series on employing foreigners in Poland. However, employing third-country nationals is a more complex procedure, as there are certain permits that must be obtained and the employer must get involved in the process. If the employer fails to meet these obligations, he or she may face quite severe penalties.

Changes in CIT and VAT legislation in the eyes of RSM Poland experts

6 December 2019
The turn of the year brings many significant changes in corporate income tax (CIT) and value added tax (VAT) legislation. These changes may have a material impact on how companies will operate and handle their taxes, as they will often involve additional obligations for taxpayers. If you fail to comply with the new regulations, you may face severe consequences, so it is a good idea to avoid them well in advance. Tax training on CIT and VAT changes will take place on 8 January 2020 in Warsaw, at the Golden Floor Centrum. The registration fee is: PLN 200 + 23% VAT. Below please find a detailed agenda and registration rules.

VAT. Reflections based on Mirrlees Review

2 December 2019
This Friday, 6 December, the CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research and the Poznań University of Economics and Business are organising a seminar entitled “VAT. Reflections based on the Mirrlees Review”. RSM Poland will be a Partner of this event, and Przemysław POWIERZA, our Tax Partner, tax advisor and expert on value added tax (VAT) and disputes with tax authorities, will be one of the speakers.

Quick fixes in Poland: revolutionary changes to call-off stock

7 November 2019
Przemysław POWIERZA
On 24 June 2019, the Governmental Legislation Center published a draft act amending the VAT Act and the Penal and Fiscal Code. The draft, being primarily a transposition of EU quick fixes regulations, introduces most solutions in the same form as the EU legislator did. We would like to draw your attention to some essential consequences of implementing these changes into the Polish regulations, the good news being they are good for taxpayers.

Employing Foreigners in Poland (Part 2). EU, EEA and Swiss Citizens

29 October 2019
Anna JELIŃSKA
In the previous article from a series dedicated to employing foreigners in Poland. we discussed hiring third-country nationals. We have explained that this involves a range of obligations both for the employer and the employee, and any failure to meet these obligations results in certain penalties. Today we are going to analyse whether hiring a foreigner who is a citizen of the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland (hereinafter referred to as an EU citizen) is indeed a less complicated procedure. Does the employer face penalties if he or she fails to observe the procedures related to a foreigner’s stay on the territory of Poland?

Employing Foreigners in Poland (Part 1). Third-Country Nationals

9 October 2019
Anna JELIŃSKA
In this series, we will present employer’s obligations resulting from the employment of a non-Polish national. We are going to discuss foreigner’s arrival and stay, employment, as well as tax and insurance obligations involved in this employment. This way, showing you that hiring foreigners in Poland is by no means an uphill struggle, we will make you familiar with procedures and formal requirements that simply must be observed.

RSM Poland will join the European Business and Investment Summit

15 September 2019
On 19-20 September, the InterContinental hotel in Warsaw will host the largest and the most important event for the investment industry in Central Europe. Piotr LISS, Tax Partner at RSM Poland, is on the list of speakers of this conference, as he will give an opening speech during the session dedicated to legal and tax perspectives for doing business in the region.

European Real Estate Tax Guide launched by RSM and Nyenrode Business University

4 September 2019
RSM International, the leading global network of audit, tax and consulting firms focused on the middle market, and Nyenrode Business University, the only private university in the Netherlands, have launched the Guide to Commercial Real Estate Taxation in Europe.

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