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Increased controls in the area of transfer pricing

The Ministry of Finance has announced that tax authorities are going to increase controls in the area of transfer pricing. Data shows that in the first nine months of 2023, tax authorities conducted over 12,800 tax and over 7,000 combined customs and tax audits. In the face of globalization and increased trade among companies belonging

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11 March 2024

Binding rate information applications only by electronic means

As of the beginning of 2024, the Polish tax system has undergone a significant change in the process of submitting applications for binding rate information (WIS). The new regulation requires that these applications are submitted exclusively electronically, eliminating traditional paper-based forms. Binding rate information is a key element in the relationship between taxpayers and tax

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27 February 2024

Penalties for failure to comply with transfer pricing obligations

We would like to remind you about the obligation to submit transfer pricing information for the year 2022. The deadline for submitting information for entities whose tax year coincides with the calendar year is January 31, 2024. For other taxpayers, the statutory deadline is the end of the 11th month after the end of the

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2 January 2024

Submission of transfer pricing information for 2022 officially extended

We previously reported on the deadline extension project in this post. We would like to inform you that on November 27, 2023, the Regulation of the Minister of Finance dated November 24, 2023 on extending the deadline for filing TPR information was published. The regulation entered into force on the day following its promulgation. The

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11 December 2023

Draft regulation on extension of deadlines for submission of transfer pricing information

On November 8, a draft regulation of the Minister of Finance to extend the deadlines for the submission of transfer pricing information was made available on the Government Legislation Center website. In the draft, the Ministry of Finance justifies the decision to extend the deadlines for submitting transfer pricing information: “Due to the release of

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9 November 2023

Foreign controlled entities (CFCs) – tax on pass-through income

Pass-through income is defined as a specific type of tax-deductible expenses incurred by a taxpayer to a non-resident related party during the tax year. Taxes on pass-through income at a rate of 19% on the taxable base must be paid by taxpayers provided several conditions are met. I. The taxpayer must make payments of receivables

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12 July 2023

Estonian CIT – current legal status 2023

Estonian CIT is referred in the law as a lump sum on income of capital companies. It is a modern way of taxation that promotes investments and minimizes formalities when settling taxes for capital companies and partnerships. This solution is addressed to: micro, small and medium-sized capital companies and partnerships (limited and limited joint-stock partnership)

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1 April 2023

Extended deadline for filing ORD-U information

Please be advised that, based on the Ordinance of the Minister of Finance dated 16 February 2023 amending the Ordinance of the Minister of Finance of 24 December 2002 on tax information, the deadline for filing the Information on Agreements concluded with non-residents (ORD-U) will be extended. According to the adopted regulation, the ORD-U Information

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16 March 2023

Remote work does not exclude the creation of a permanent establishment for tax purposes on the territory of Poland

Nowadays, a flexible approach on working policies became one of the leading global trends on the job market. A growing number of employers have adopted the formula of remote work, more commonly referred to as: “home office”. This formula is also immensely popular among companies which recruit their employees abroad. Other than the technical and

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30 September 2022

Investing in Poland 2022: free e-book on tax and legal regulations

Each year getsix® publishes a brochure compiling current tax and legal issues. We cover the most important changes and topics that shape the immediate business environment and have a direct impact on starting and running a business in Poland. The easy-to-read e-book format systematises and facilitates the access to strategic information from the enterprise’s standpoint.

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3 August 2022

One Stop Shop (OSS) system and changes to VAT

Until now, all e-commerce companies from the EU that sell goods to other EU countries, after exceeding a certain sales threshold (depending on the country the threshold ranges from 35,000.00 EUR to 100,000.00 EUR) were obliged to register…

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7 July 2021

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