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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT – will it be better from a tax perspective?
In January 2017, the so-called small act of innovations will enter into force, under which entrepreneurs will be able to take advantage of the new tax preferences for research and development (R&D). This is the next step which is to bring Poland in line with other EU countries where such solutions are not new (although [...]

Changes to the Personal Income Tax Law. More money in the wallets of (some) artists and creators?
The amendment to the Law on Personal Income Tax (PIT) is seen as a new solution for the optimal settlements for a specific group of taxpayers. In practice, the change is nothing more than the restoration (though incomplete) of what used to be. The “new” idea of the government – a change to the PIT [...]

A new tax relief is in place, while the grant for new technologies has been abolished Will research and development expenses incurred by entrepreneurs reduce income tax obligations? – YES It has been four months since the new regulations regarding R&D were introduced to the CIT and PIT Acts. On 1 January 2016, the Act [...]

Can athlete-entrepreneurs finally breathe a sigh of relief after the decision of the Supreme Administrative Court? And what about authors and artists?
The Supreme Administrative Court (“SAC”), in an extended panel of seven judges, ruled in favor of athletes conducting business activity. It seems that this multi-year dispute with tax authorities regarding the possibility of declaring income generated by athletes (and, perhaps, also by other professional, especially in art-related areas) in non-agricultural business activity has finally come [...]

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