Submit your proposal to the powers that be and I'll not say a word about your obsessive PiS-bashing.
It might already be in the pipeline - there's been a lot of comments in the media about such a system, and it would be a very positive move by the government. Businesses would predictably howl, but there's really no reason in this day and age of mobile data to not have such a system. But finance is not my thing, I'm only interested in tax systems.
In theory, if Poland wanted a very simple taxation environment - it would be pretty trivial for all VAT-registered companies to submit all their VAT-related purchases and sales automatically to the taxman and for the tax office to automatically generate a VAT bill/refund monthly. Anyone purchasing from EU countries could be obliged to input the invoice data within 24 hours of receipt of the goods, which would ensure that the data is up to date.
If you think about when you go to the shop and ask for a Faktura VAT - it's mostly via computer these days. It wouldn't take much programming to require that transactions are sent automatically to the tax office. Any business that's VAT registered can surely afford to pay for any equipment needed, too.
(by the way - I took your words on board about talking to the Ministry of Education - we'll see if anyone listens)
Latest news : murmurings are afoot that PiS are thinking about a 4x4 educational system. 4 years of nursery/kindergarten, 4 years of primary school, 4 years of middle school and 4 years of high school. Essentially, something like this :
3-7 - kindergarten
7-11 - primary school
11-15 - middle school
15-19 - high school
Not a terrible idea, all things considered. There's still the issue of 18-19 year olds being in school, but the rest of it is actually not a bad idea at all. Primary school kids could have the stability of having the integrated programme for 4 years instead of 3, the break at puberty is preserved, and high schools have an extra year. It brings back the 4 year high school, yet allows for the specialisation of schools at each major point of a child's development. The other nice thing is that it limits the age range of schools, so schools can be equipped specifically for each age range.
If this is a real project, then I'm for it.