Polish Deal and the tax changes it brings
The KPMG Webinar was dedicated to key amendments brought about by the draft bills of 26 July 2021, the majority of which is expected to enter into force already on 1 January 2021.
The summer holiday season inevitably comes to an end, and it looks like autumn is going to be an unusually busy season for those handling tax settlements in companies. This is because of an unprecedented number of amendments introduced under the Polish Deal program, impacting the majority of tax categories.
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Besides of the most widely covered topics, such as changes in health insurance premiums or revoking the possibility of their deduction, the draft bills set forth a raft of amendments aimed at tightening up the Polish tax system. On the other hand, the bills place an important focus on new or amended relief and deduction schemes, such as increasing income-free allowance, raising the threshold for entering the higher income tax bracket as well as reliefs related to particular kinds of expenses (e.g. robotization relief) or business profiles (expansion relief, Polish holding companies).
KPMG experts comprehensively analyse the proposed amendments and proactively participate in consultation processes. During the webinar, we will explore the key tax changes brought about by the Polish Deal which will not only directly impact the operations and settlements of companies but will require plenty of planning and particular actions in Q4 2021.
Changes in CIT in 2022 (1/2)
Debt financing costs, depreciation in real estate companies, consolidation relief, Polish holding company, IPO relief, tax capital groups, Estonian CIT, investment deal.
Changes in CIT in 2022 (2/2)
Reorganization, WHT, CFC, hidden dividend, profit shifting, place of management and tax residence, GAAR and SAAR.
Tax reliefs 2022
R&D relief, robotization relief, prototype relief, relief for entities hiring innovative employees, Polish Investment Zone.
Transfer pricing 2022
Definition of related entities, transfer price adjustments, safe harbour mechanism, local.
Changes in PIT in 2022
Tax-free allowance, tax threshold, “middle-class relief”, corporate vehicles used for private purposes, rent and lease, “return relief”, lump-sum taxation of individuals moving to Poland, abolition, illegal employment, and other amendments.
Changes in VAT in 2022
VAT grouping, taxation of financial services, quick VAT refund, limitations for entities not making non-cash payments, verifying purchases carried out by the National Revenue Administration.
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