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Tax consulting

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.

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Obligation of using structured invoices (KSeF): revolutionary changes are getting closer

16 December 2022
On 1 December 2022, the Ministry of Finance published a draft act on mandatory use of structured invoices and the National e-Invoicing System (KSeF). The proposed changes (with a few exceptions, discussed later here) are expected to take effect from 1 January 2024.

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.

Withholding tax (WHT) – the most common problems

14 November 2022
Recently, the tax offices have been more into withholding tax, which results in a growing number of inspections of how this tax is being settled. Even though new withholding tax regulations have been in force for nearly a year now, they seem to remain quite problematic both for remitters and taxpayers. What appears to be most difficult?

Holding law: important changes for a group of companies operating in Poland

30 September 2022
13th October 2022 is the date of entry into force of the amendment to the Polish Code of Commercial Partnerships and Companies, which introduces the so-called holding law. The new regulations are to regulate the legal situation of private limited companies (i.e. limited liability companies, simple joint-stock companies, and joint-stock companies) that operate within the corporate groups. The amendment also affects foreign parent companies.

What is DAC7 and whom does it affect?

2 September 2022
Monika SMAGA
Poland is introducing regulations that will impose new reporting obligations on digital platform operators. Sellers should also pay attention to these changes, as they can expect more inspections to be carried out by tax authorities in order to verify the correctness of tax settlements.