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CIT regulations in Poland


Knowledge of CIT laws and correct CIT accounting are key to successful business. Frequent amendments to the CIT Act have a direct impact on the functioning of an enterprise and running a business.


Rödl & Partner experts have prepared for you the most important information on CIT in the form of comments on the current legislative changes, analysis of key administrative court rulings and advance tax rulings issued by tax authorities, and examples of how to use the individual CIT regulations in practice.

Rödl & Partner specialists will be happy to help you settle your accounts with tax authorities and to advise you on CIT related issues. Contact our tax advisers in Cracow, Gdansk, Gliwice, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw.


Christmas gifts for business partners – tax implications »

Christmas time is coming and companies often offer gits to their business partners. However, be mindful that giving and receiving gifts has its implications when it comes to income tax and value added tax.


Tax on shifted profits – key information »

The Polish Deal legislation package introduced tax on shifted profits in January 2022. The first tax returns had to be filed and the tax paid for 2022. The law changed on 1 January 2023.


Minimum income tax is approaching »

The two-year suspension of the minimum income tax legislation is going to end in January 2024.


Income tax on controlled foreign corporations »

The CIT-CFC filing deadline expires on 2 October 2023.


CIT-8 return filing deadline postponed »

The official regulation extending deadlines for meeting certain CIT obligations for 2022 was published on 21 March 2023.


So-called tax on shifted profits has been in force in Poland since 2022. It is payable by some of Polish CIT payers.


Polish Deal 3.0, i.e. the Act of  7 October 2022 amending the Corporate Income Tax Act and Certain Other Acts, introduces many changes to CIT.


Polish Deal 3.0: Transfer prices and other changes in CIT »

On 21 October 2022, the Polish President signed the bill amending the Corporate Income Tax Act (the CIT Act) and some other acts.


JPK_PIT and JPK_CIT – deferred »

The Polish Deal effective as of 1 January 2022 requires that PIT and CIT taxpayers keep digital tax records and submit them to tax authorities.


Retroactive reduction of depreciation rates »

The Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) issued on 3 February 2022 a judgment regarding the reduction of depreciation rates applied to tangible assets.


Tax strategies – new obligation and new opportunities »

Certain taxable persons will be obliged to disclose in 2021 how they pursue their tax strategy by filing a special statement with the tax office and publishing it on the internet.


Important changes to corporate income tax »

Recent years have seen many new obligations for CIT taxpayers as a result of numerous amendments of the Corporate Income Tax Act.


Limited partnerships are subject to CIT »

The Polish President signed into law on 29 November 2020 the act introducing CIT taxation of limited partnerships.


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