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Capital Gains Tax in Poland on sale of Shares abroad


jacekkaminski91 1 | 16
8 Jul 2018 #1
Hi all

I am a polish resident, born in the UK. I've lived here for just under 3 years now. I recently sold some shares in the UK which I held in a private company, I made a capital gain on the sale of these shares and am wondering how to treat it. From a UK perspective I know unless I return I won't pay CGT, however I understand I will have to pay it in Poland. Is that the case?

If so am I right in thinking that the CGT rate is a flat 19%?
cms neuf - | 1,623
8 Jul 2018 #2
Yes you need to pay that at 19 percent.
OP jacekkaminski91 1 | 16
8 Jul 2018 #3
Thanks CMS, I presume I just do this through the Usual PIT process?
cms neuf - | 1,623
8 Jul 2018 #4
Yes but there is a separate form - pit 38. Ask an accountant to fill it in and If you are talking about a big amount then make sure you have a few bits of backup evidence for the cost of the shares, sale price of the shares, Forex documentation etc


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