Tag: Polish limited liability company

25
May

Central Invoice Register – a new tool for controlling entrepreneurs

On 1.12.2010, the European Commission issued a document called the “Green Paper” on the future of VAT. It set out recommendations that were necessary for simpler and more efficient settlement of value added tax. In addition, one of the tools aimed at minimizing tax fraud was to be a system monitoring all invoices in combination with settlements made by entrepreneurs for VAT. The Central Invoice Register will be such a tool in Poland. It is a tool that allows checking the correctness of issuing invoices, analyzing and detecting carousels and eliminating, among others, the so-called empty invoices, i.e. documenting fictitious transactions. In addition, CRF is to streamline and accelerate tax audits.

17
May

15 years of Poland in the European Union

For many people, membership of the European Union is almost normal. However, it cannot be denied that the changes that took place in 2004 had a major impact on all areas of economic and social life in our country in the following years. Membership benefits are undeniable. Just look at the balance of payments and withdrawals from the EU cash register. During these 15 years, Poland received net, i.e. after transfers from EU treaties over EUR 100 billion, i.e. at today’s EUR / PLN exchange rate over PLN 430 billion! To see how big this amount is, just look at this year’s Polish budget, which is PLN 387 billion.

It must also be admitted that Poland, looking generally at all these 15 years, used the EU funds in a satisfactory manner. Initially, there were considerable formal difficulties, even with completing the applications, but over time national institutions gained experience, as well as public awareness in the context of the existence of various forms of assistance from the EU increased, which allowed optimal use of funds. Funds from the cohesion fund were used primarily for infrastructure, including roads and motorways. For example, when we entered the EU, highways were only 500 km, while today it is already 1630 km. Farmers will not complain either. The billions of euros that went under direct payments allowed us to significantly modernize the Polish countryside, breeding and cultivating plants. Exports to the EU have also increased significantly. It increased almost five times.

Poles want to be in the EU, according to surveys, CBOS declares over 90%, and appreciate the benefits of being a member. It is mainly about the growth of the Polish economy and the growing quality of life. More and more Poles also appreciate the role of the European Parliament and thus declare a greater desire to participate in elections to this body.

10
Apr

The businessman will deduct only 20% of car expenses

Only one-fifth of expenses on cars not recorded in the fixed assets register can be at the company’s expense. It does not matter if the vehicle is owned or co-owned by the taxpayer. The rules for accounting for expenses on company cars have changed since January 1 this year. According to the director of the National Treasury Information, you cannot deduct the car expenses belonging to the entrepreneur if it is not part of the company’s assets. However, if the car is used in connection with the business carried out in accordance with art. 23 par. 1 point 46 of the PIT Act, its operating costs and insurance premiums are only 20% tax deductible.

06
Feb

How to open a fast food restaurant in Poland?

Throughout Europe, you can find thousands of restaurants, fast food restaurants, dining options and canteens. However, according to statistics, Poland is far behind and definitely deviates from the average. It turns out that in our country there are only 15 eateries for every 10,000 people. This is definitely less than in other western countries, where the result is at least three times better.

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