Poland: Proposed increase to thresholds for declarations on goods transported within EU

Ministry of Finance intends to raise the threshold to €1,000 for “Intrastat declarations.”

Proposed increase to thresholds

The Ministry of Finance on 29 August 2022 published a draft decree amending the decree on submitting “Intrastat declarations.”

The key amendments relate to altering limitations with respect to imports and exports of goods made in a single reporting period from or to another EU Member State, which can be included jointly under a single item of the Intrastat declaration.

Under the current provisions, the total value of such transactions must be equal to or below €200. However, the Ministry of Finance intends to raise the threshold to €1,000.

The purpose of the amendments is to adjust the decree to changes made to EU regulations on business statistics.

Read a September 2022 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland


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