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What are the income tax rates for someone living in Poland as a resident?


Maluch 30 | 95
30 Jan 2014  #1
what are the income tax rates for someone living in Poland as a resident?

I gross about 30,000 zlotych per month income from my business... about 18,000 zlotych net in my pocket after expenses.

What would my income tax rate be? What tax bracket would I be in?

Hoping I can save some tax money! :)
Harry
30 Jan 2014  #2
You'd do best by setting up a one-person company (dzialalnosc gospodarcza). That way you pay 19% flat tax on profit plus about 900zl ZUS per month.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
30 Jan 2014  #3
If I was earning US$6000 a month, I'd find some cash to pay a lawyer and accountant for professional advice rather than ask on a forum. Funny old world.
OP Maluch 30 | 95
31 Jan 2014  #4
well I will do that.. but thought someone might be helpful and know the tax rates

thanks Harry! :)
Shutter24 - | 1
5 Feb 2014  #5
Speaking of taxes, no one likes it, but do like to have the benefits they offer. There's been a continuous argument whether state taxes are better than income taxes, with a mixed bag of things for and against both methods of getting the general public to pony up. Learn more data at personalmoneynetwork.com
Jigmig
5 Feb 2014  #6
If you don't want to pay benefits like Zeus etc and claim no costs then reach out is best option which is 81/2 % on gross.depending on nature of business it's certainly good for property rentals
jon357 63 | 14,341
5 Feb 2014  #7
Zeus

ZUS

reach out

You probably mean ryczaƂt.


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