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Taxes for Freelancer in Poland - do I pay income taxes to Poland or my home country?


Chantale 1 | 6
19 May 2015  #1
Hello, everybody. I have a question on taxes. I'm in Poland via a student D-visa, I've got a meldunek, but haven't gotten a Karta Pobytu (neither permanent nor temporary). I'm working online as a freelancer. Who do I pay income taxes to, Poland or my home country? Am I considered a resident of Poland if I only have a visa or not?

Thank you.
Nathans
19 May 2015  #2
What country do you originate from? If it's one of the ones with whom Poland has 'no double tax' agreement (meaning that you won't get taxed both in your home country and in Poland) then you would probably have to pay in Poland because your work is physicall performed in Poland.
OP Chantale 1 | 6
19 May 2015  #3
I'm from Ukraine. We do have a "no double taxation" agreement with Poland. However my customer in the US and technically no work is performed "in Poland" and I'm probably not a resident.
4gtpsword
20 May 2015  #4
all your answers should be here; paiz.gov.pl/polish_law/taxation/pit# my understanding is your in Poland for longer than 183 days a year and you earn money while here you should be paying tax in Poland


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