The regulation signed on Wednesday shows that British entities doing business with Poland do not have to appoint a tax representative. Change is important, especially now, after Brexit. We wrote about this a few weeks ago. Norwegian companies will not have to have a lawyer.
At the end of January, we wrote that UK taxpayers who are or will be registered for VAT purposes in Poland are required to appoint a tax representative from 1 January 2021. It performs, on behalf and for the taxpayer, its obligations in the area of VAT settlement in Poland . This is a big problem for companies and additional responsibilities.
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There will be no need for a tax representative
It follows the list that has just been signed You do not need to appoint a representative. The Minister of Finance has decided that the obligation to appoint a tax representative will not apply to taxpayers who have a registered office or permanent place of business in the territory of:
- The Kingdom of Norway either
- United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The regulation enters into force the day after its publication, effective January 1, 2021.
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