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Tax system reform next year?
December 18, 2017   
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Pawel Gruza
The Polish government will move towards rationalizing and simplifying its tax system in 2018 after having spent the early focus on tightening the collection system, deputy Minister of Finance for tax policy Pawel Gruza told a panel led by the daily Parkiet.
The government will also work at better targeting its select tax breaks, he said. Poland could streamline tax accounting on investments and extend some tax breaks available to date only to the largest investors in special economic zones, he said.
Poland is aware that its early intense focus on collection could have "caused some concern" amongst firms, but the need to regain control over tax collection was a clear national interest, he said.
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