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New tax law in 2020
June 22, 2018   
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Teresa Czerwinska
The Polish government might implement new tax regulations on January 1, 2020, should works on the legislation progress according to the schedule, Finance Minister Teresa Czerwinska told a conference.
"The bill [on new tax regulations] might take effect on January 1, 2020 . . . ," Czerwinska said. "It is an ambitious deadline, taking into account the complex nature of that bill."
The draft bill on new tax regulations will be submitted for public consultation to end-June, Czerwinska added.
"The stage of working out the solutions by the General Tax Law Codification Committee and [its] cooperation with Ministry of Finance and [state tax administration] KAS is nearing the end as we can see it," Czerwinska added. ". . . as far as Ministry of Finance is concerned, that stage is closing and we would like to submit it to end-June for public consultation, which will last for at least 2 months."
Poland's new tax regulations aim at balancing the interests of taxpayers and tax collection authorities, Czerwinska observed.
". . . The solutions [in the new tax regulations] will protect the rights of a taxpayer. On the other hand, we need to remember about increase the efficiency of tax collection efforts."
Poland's crafted nex tax regulations encompass over 20 new solutions designed to protect taxpayers' rights, such as tax mediation, agreements between a taxpayer and a tax institution, consultation procedures, or reduction of the number of interpretations of tax law provisions, according to the Ministry of Finance. Under the new law, Poland will also appoint an ombudsman to taxpayers.
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