Accountancy in Poland
If you have a company in Poland or setting up a business, then you have will have to prepare annual financial statements on the activities of the company. Financial reporting, management report, and auditor’s report – we are ready to provide you with all these services for your business.
The principle of consistent and continuous entry of entries into the accounting account registers is implemented in the form of specialized books (ledgers), on the basis of which the annual financial report (sprawozdania finansowego) is drawn up.The reporting includes:
- balance for 12 months (bilans) – submitted before July 15 of the next year;
- information on profit and loss;
- appendices and explanations: auditor’s opinion, protocol on the distribution of profits and payment of dividends, confirmation that the report was approved at the meeting of founders.
The full package of documents is submitted to the National Court Register (KRS), since 2019 this can be done only in electronic form.
If the company is not subject to registration in the register, then the report is sent through the Central Register – Centralnej Ewidencji i Informacji o Działalności Gospodarczej until April 30 of the year following the reporting year.
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Taxes in Poland
One of the reasons why Poland is a great choice for business formation is a low tax rate which is one of the lowest in all of Europe – only about 27%. Learn taxes and get most of the Polish company.
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Companies operating in Poland are required by law to file annual financial statements.
The filing of financial statements is regulated by the Companies Act, the Accounting Act, and other regulations.
Polish companies, whose shares are traded on the stock exchange, use International Financial Reporting Standards, but small and medium-sized businesses use national standards.
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