Personal Tax in Poland
- Tax Base For Residents and Non-Residents
- Individuals with a place of residence in Poland are subject to Polish personal income tax on their worldwide income. Individuals without a place of residence in Poland are subject to limited tax liability in Poland. Residents are individuals whose center of vital (economic or personal) interests is in Poland or individuals who spend more than 183 days in a tax (calendar) year in the country.
|Income tax||Progressive rate from 0% to 32%.|
|From PLN 0 to 556||0%|
|From PLN 557 to 85,528||18%|
|PLN 85,528 and over||32%|
- Allowable Deductions and Tax Credit
In Poland tax payers benefit from various deductions:
- Various donations (to science, charities, etc.) are deductible up to 10%, or even 15% in some cases.
- Deductions on purchasing and building real estate.
- Special Expatriate Tax Regime
- For information on expatriate taxing, access the 2009 PKF tax guide on Poland
- Capital Tax Rate
- Taxed as ordinary income at standard corporate rate of 19%
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