Poland will present its detailed plans for the shape of sectoral taxes by mid-December, deputy Finance Minister Konrad Raczkowski told reporters.
“Analysis is underway,” Raczkowski said. “Mid-December, perhaps earlier, we will present our plans concerning the shape of sectoral taxes.”
Poland is planning a bank and insurer tax, most likely a 0.39% tax on assets, as well as a large store tax, generally assumed to be a tax on stores larger than 250 sqm, with a tax rate of 2% on sales. The initial tax proposal also assumed an option for a progressive tax, depending on store’s revenues.
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