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Tax

If you are planning to set up a company in Central and Eastern Europe or expand it across the region, it is essential to know and understand the economics and legal ramifications of doing business in each of these countries, and the rules governing these local markets. To ensure that your business is compliant with the applicable laws and runs at maximum efficiency, it is worth seeking advice from a lawyer who is familiar with these particular issues.

Tax Assistance in Poland

Although our legal services can include one-time assistance, most of our clients are long-term business partners with whom we maintain stable and enduring relationships. Our attorneys are always up to date with Poland’s frequently changing tax laws and regulations which more often than not require interpretation on the part of local and foreign entrepreneurs. The solid preparation of Penteris lawyers allows us to find adequate solutions for our clients when working on transactions that often require detailed and complicated tax advice.

Penteris provides legal knowledge regarding taxes applicable in Poland: VAT, CIT, PIT, WHT as well as all other regulations. We also advise clients on the most appropriate company to select when setting up a business; we provide help in preparing periodic billing statements; and we can provide audits of internal documentation. We are familiar with available tax reductions and deductions that will allow you to maximise your profit.

We provide tax assistance:

1. Setting up a new business in Poland
2. Providing financing for the business
3. Running a business (tax hotline services)
4. Conducting international transactions
5. Distribution of profits
6. Liquidation of companies

 

Only by providing legal advisory that is both comprehensive and tailor-made have we been able to successfully assist our clients over the years. This includes preparation of optimal structures for business activities, day-to-day tax assistance, disputes, transactional advice, and cross-border advisory services, such as handling different aspects of doing business internationally.

Our projects are largely cross-border and include mergers, acquisitions, disposals, and transfer pricing matters. We handle restructuring and reorganisation projects in Poland and beyond, often in close cooperation with our Employment and Corporate teams.

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Recognised and recommended for its tax legal advice. Services include assisting on transactional tax in Poland, international tax planning, tax effective investment structures and dispute resolution.

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Artur Plutowski

Senior Tax Counsel

artur.plutowski@penteris.com

+48 22 257 83 00

Piotr Prokocki

Doradca podatkowy / Radca prawny / Head of Tax

piotr.prokocki@penteris.com

+48 22 257 83 00

Updates about tax & withholding tax:

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January 2024
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Loopholes in New Real Estate Tax Regulations

As of 1 January 2024, the purchase of a sixth and each subsequent flat is subject to an additional 6% tax on civil law transactions, which is to curb bulk purchases that can drive up prices. However, experts warn that the regulations have several loopholes and raise concerns about double taxation. The new rules are …

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16
November 2023
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Tax Preferences in Poland for Ukrainian Businesses

Penteris will be presenting a workshop which will take place within the framework of the Business For Ukraine Center under the auspices of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers. Within this framework, the Center regularly organises traditional/offline workshops in Warsaw for Ukrainian businesses. Topic: Tax preferences in Poland: IP Box and ‘Estonian’ CIT Speaker: Piotr …

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13
November 2023
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Transfer Pricing Deadline Update

It is a busy time for companies whose tax year coincides with the calendar year. The last day of October marked the deadline for filing local transfer pricing documentation for 2022, and the deadline for submitting TPR-P or TPR-C forms elapses on 30 November. With all the extensions granted during the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s …

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