Poland – Reporting Obligations in Poland

The Polish Ministry of Finance has announced that VAT-registered taxpayers will no longer have to file both VAT returns and the SAF-T(Standard Audit File for Tax), an international standard for electronic data exchange, at the same time.

From April 2020, taxpayers declaring a turnover of more than PLN 50,000,000 (approximately EUR 11 million) will only have to submit one tax return: the JPK_VDEK.

The new file will contain all the information currently on the VAT return.

From July 1st 2020, all other taxpayers will have to submit this file.



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