The main types of companies in Poland are Partnerships (Registered Partnership, Professional Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Joint-Stock Partnership) and Capital companies (Limited Liability Company, Joint-Stock Company). There are also 2 other alternatives (Branch and Sole Proprietorship), but special conditions apply.
Find out all details about each of these forms of business in our 2017 Guide: Company Formation in Poland!
Among the approached topics, you will find per each form of business:
- minimum capital and contribution
- business name requirements
- minimum documentation
- details about shareholders (company board)
In addition, you will also learn more about local registration and taxation aspects, such as:
- incorporation time and fees
- taxes on corporate income
- investment incentives
For more details about Company Formation in Poland or professional support with any business-related activity, please contact our specialists in Poland. We are ready to provide information or services in the following areas: legal/corporate matters, local and international taxation, payroll and HR, accounting and reporting.