Split payment, or split payment model, applies to VAT and operates in several countries, such as the Czech Republic, Turkey or Italy. The reason for implementing such a solution in the above-mentioned countries, and thus in Poland, is the increasing tax gap in VAT. What is the split payment mechanism? Who will it be obligatory for?
In accordance with the decision of the Council of the European Union, the limit of subjective exemption in VAT, which amounted to PLN 150,000, was to be maintained until the end of 2018. However, at the request of Poland, the European Commission has been granted permission to increase the limit in 2017 to PLN 200,000 and to maintain it for 2018. Further extension of this period will depend on the amounts provided in Directive 2006/112 / EC in 2018 and possible re-submission by Poland, an application to extend the current limit.
Some entrepreneurs will not have to register at all, others will not pay any premiums for half a year. In the end, several hundred thousand Poles will pay much lower ZUS, even only 32 zlotys a month. From January 2018, a revolution in running a company awaits us.
The reduced VAT rate on the goods and services chosen by the state will be determined by local governments, not by Brussels. This is the next stage of the Union tax reform announced by the European Commission.
A group of EU tax experts wants to remove a few countries from the black list of tax havens, they are talking about Panama, South Korea, Tunisia, Mongolia, Macau, Grenada, Barbados and United Arab Emirates.
The transport company deals with the carriage of goods by motor vehicles (including sets of vehicles consisting of a motor vehicle and a trailer or semi-trailer). As part of road transport, the entrepreneur may also provide intermediary services in the transport of goods. Licenses or permits in principle do not apply only to road transport carried out with motor vehicles or combinations of vehicles with a maximum permissible weight not exceeding 3.5 tonnes in road transport of goods and non-commercial road transport of goods. In another situation, the entrepreneur must meet certain conditions.
The economic growth in Poland in 2017 will amount to 4.2 percent. GDP, and in 2018, 3.8 percent. GDP – results from the autumn economic forecasts of the European Commission presented today. This is much better than Brussels predicted in spring.
In May, the Commission expected that Poland’s GDP would go up this year by 3.5 percent, and next year by 3.2 percent.
21 thousand 85 new taxpayers and 47.4 million more in the budget – these are the effects of the “Pay taxes in Krakow” campaign for 2016. According to the chairman of Kraków City Council, this result is the effect of the growing awareness of the residents and the attractiveness of Krakow as a place to live.