Michaela Merz

Webcast: Poland – Revolutionary future

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There’s an important change in VAT which you should know about if you generate revenues in Poland: from 1 April 2020 a new, uniform control file called JPK_VAT will replace the currently existing form. This is a crucial step in the Polish Ministry of Finance’s plan to abolish the VAT declaration requirement in 2020. In a nutshell, the new file could mean that VAT returns are no longer needed.

Given the importance of this new development, we at PwC will be holding a free webcast to provide those affected with more information on the upcoming change. It will be held between 4.00 and 5.00 pm on Wednesday, 9 October. VAT and indirect tax specialists from PwC in Switzerland and Poland will explain the upcoming changes in detail:

  • Abolishment of the Polish VAT return as from 1 April 2020
  • Mandatory Split Payment Mechanism as from 1 November 2019
  • White List of Taxpayers
  • Other relevant Changes

Date

Wednesday 9 October 2019

Time

4.00 pm to 5.00 pm

Agenda

  1. New SAF-T structure – JPK_VDEK
  2. Mandatory Split Payment Mechanism
  3. Changes in relation to importation of goods into Poland
  4. Other relevant changes

Speakers

  • Michaela Merz, Partner, ITX Leader PwC Switzerland
  • Kinga Zawora, ITX Specialist, PwC Switzerland
  • Tomasz Pabiański, Director, ITX PwC Poland
  • Robert Jaszczuk, Senior Manager, ITX PwC Poland

Registration

Register here >

 

Should you have any additional questions prior to the event of you would like to discuss other VAT- relevant changes within the EU VAT, please contact:

Kinga Zawora, VAT Senior, ITX Specialist, PwC Switzerland
Tel.: +41 79 339 98 95
Email: kinga.x.zawora@ch.pwc.com

 

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