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29 September 2020

At the end of July, the Office of the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (UKNF) issued an announcement

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25 September 2020

Here is another issue of our “Secure Company” alert. In it you will find information on changes planned to AML regulations, as well as interesting GDPR and cyber security related information

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18 September 2020

For reporting periods starting from 1 October 2020, instead of VAT declarations taxable persons will have to file the new, more detailed SAF_VAT.

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09 September 2020

Despite waving the collection of rent based on COVID-19 regulations, VAT taxable services continue to be provided.

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02 September 2020

The tax authorities have explained that the costs of monitoring and marketing cannot be considered

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28 August 2020

Here is another issue of our “Safe Company” alert. In it you will find information on changes planned to AML regulations, as well as interesting GDPR and cybersecurity related information. In particular we want to draw your attention to the changes relatingto submissions to the Central Register...

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26 August 2020

The Ministry of Finance has published a draft of changes to the VAT Act as part of a SLIM VAT system.

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21 August 2020

The government has proposed that the minimum wage in 2021 should be PLN 2,800, compared to PLN 2,600 in 2020. At a meeting at the end of July the government proposed that the minimum wage should be PLN 2,800 in 2021. This means an increase in the minimum wage by PLN 200 PLN, i.e. by 7.7 percent...

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