Tag: Company in Poland

26
Feb

Factoring and forfaiting – help for the company ?

Sometimes companies, in order to be able to maintain financial liquidity, try to quickly regain their lost capital. To protect against loss of financial liquidity, it is worth considering options such as factoring and forfaiting. Continue Reading..

24
Feb

Company account – how to choose?

Running a business should be supported by the ability to manage finances. It is necessary for each company to have a bank account. Choosing a bank to entrust its money to it and to make settlements with its contractors, the Social Insurance Institution or the Tax Office through it, should not rely solely on checking the amount of monthly fees. When deciding to set up a company account, it is worth paying attention to a number of additional factors.

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18
Feb

What is the split payment ?

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?

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12
Feb

In 2018, the higher subjective exemption limit in VAT was maintained!

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.

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08
Feb

Dropshipping – great idea for a business in Poland.

What is dropshipping?

It is a logistic model of Internet sales involving the transfer of the process of shipment of goods to the supplier. The role of the online store in this logistic model comes down to collecting orders and sending them to the supplier who performs the shipment of the goods to the customer.

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18
Jan

Revolutionary changes in running a company in Poland in 2018.

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.

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06
Jan

Foreign companies like to invest in Poland.

Foreign investors like to invest in Poland. The decision to re-invest in Poland would take 92 percent. of them. This is the result of the 11th edition of the study “Investment climate in Poland” conducted by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) with the support of HSBC and Grant Thornton. Unfortunately, the percentage of satisfied investors is falling.

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11
Dec
23
Oct

Europe is divorced. This is a risk for Polish companies.

It is not the Poles living in Great Britain who will lose the most on Brexit, although it is their talk about them the most. Polish small and medium-sized enterprises that are the salt of our economy will suffer the most.

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