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NFZ and contributions and a FINE!? Working as a teacher in Poland.


Pushbike 2 | 58
7 May 2012  #1
I've been working here as a teacher for 18 months with umowa o dzielo and a private health insurance policy. I decided I wanted to make NFZ contributions but have told I'll have to pay a fine. I had no idea about this. Is it true?
Looker - | 1,010
12 Nov 2014  #2
Interesting. What kind of fine? They had to give some reasons for this. You shouldn't have to pay any fine during the insurance policy exchange process (as far I know). Although everything is possible when you deal with ZUS..
Monitor 14 | 1,821
12 Nov 2014  #3
Yes. It's like that in Germany too. The way to go around it is to get employed for some time. Employers don't pay fine. After being insured as employee you can get insure privately for free.
Bikerjenko 2 | 28
17 Apr 2015  #4
I pay my own health insurance and did not have to pay a fine, I started paying when my NHS cover finished, if you were previously working in the UK you would have been covered by the NHS for a period in Poland.

The period varies depending on your N.I. payments in the UK


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