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In recent years, the Polish tax system has been subject to significant changes, and 2024 is set to bring even more developments. This infographic provides a comprehensive yet easy overview of the upcoming tax changes in Poland for the year. Aimed at simplifying complex information, we will cover the key amendments and their potential impact on both individuals and businesses. Whether you’re a business owner, or simply interested in Polish tax law, this guide is designed to provide you with a clear understanding of what to expect in 2024.
From 2024 the minimum tax is applicable to taxpayers who have recognized a tax loss or profitability not exceeding 2% in a given year.
The rate of this new tax is 10% of the taxable base, consisting of:
The new regulation does not apply to:
Entities starting operations in the year of commencement and in the two subsequent tax years
Entities with revenues at least 30% lower than those earned in the preceding tax year
Entities whose shareholders are exclusively individuals and do not directly or indirectly own 5% of shares or stocks in other entities
Entities within a group of at least two companies, where one company holds a direct 75% share in the capital of the remaining companies in the group throughout the tax year, if
Taxpayers can choose a simplified method of determining the taxable base, which is an amount equal to 3% of revenue from a source other than capital gains.
Taxpayers will not be obliged to issue electronic invoices in KSeF in 2024. KSeF remains a voluntary solution at this point.
A new implementation date of KSeF, including for VAT-exempt taxpayers, will be announced soon by the Ministry of Finance.
In 2024 invoices from cash registers can be issued in the current form.
Fiscal receipts with a VAT identification number will continue to be considered simplified invoices.
Consumer invoices (B2C) will not be covered by KSeF.
Tickets serving as invoices (including toll receipts on toll roads) are excluded from KSeF.
Invoices issued in OSS and IOSS procedures will also be excluded from KSeF.
Liberalization of sanctions.
Elimination of corrective notes in KSeF and outside KSeF.
Local authorities will be able to establish higher rates for land tax, building tax, vehicle tax etc.
On December 9, 2023, the Minister of Finance signed a regulation extending the application of reduced VAT rates on food products. The reduced rate is to apply until March 31, 2024.
CIT taxpayers will be required to submit accounting books to tax authorities based on
the current JPK-KR (known as JPK-CIT). This obligation will apply for the first time in 2025 and will result, among other things, in reporting of detailed accounting records at the analytical level.
JPK_CIT introduces CIT codes and a dictionary of account markers, which will require taxpayers to map with the list developed by the Ministry of Finance.
The new JPK_CIT scheme means modifications to financial, ERP and reporting systems for taxpayers and forces a large integration with KSeF system (point 2). In addition, it requires standardization of the chart of accounts and systemic reconciliation of accounting and tax results.
JPK_CIT will be effective as of:
Applicable to international groups of enterprises (MNE – Multinational Enterprise) with revenues of 750 million EUR or higher.
From 2024, EU countries should begin implementing EU Directive 2022/2523 on the global minimum tax.
At the moment, there is no regulation in Polish law between the global and domestic (point 1) minimum income tax.
The CBAM regulation came into force in the transitional phase on October 1, 2023, and the first CBAM report for the fourth quarter of 2023 must be submitted by the end of January 2024.
CBAM is an instrument aimed at offsetting the costs associated with CO2 emissions for goods imported into the EU and EU goods.
The deadline for submitting TPR Information for 2022 has been extended to January 31, 2024.
New TPR Explanations have been published by the Ministry of Finance.
BEFIT Directive – plans for harmonizing transfer pricing regulations in the European Union.
Obligation for entrepreneurs offering single-use packaging products to collect the fee.
Additional registration and reporting obligations.
Obligation to keep certain records, including records of the number of packages purchased and issued to end users.
From July 1, 2024, regulations imposing administrative fines for not ensuring the availability of alternative packaging and for introducing beverages in single-use plastic bottles with a capacity of up to three liters without attached caps and lids made of plastic will be in force.