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Even foreign seller shall pay trade tax

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Polish customers like to offer goods from foreign, especially German internet shops. Not only because they offer a wide range of often higher-quality products at better prices, but also apply the necessary European consumer protection rules, which are difficult to find within Polish online shops, they offer more security that the goods, which have been ordered, paid for and have actually been received. With the introduction of a trade tax online trading has become more difficult. The Polish PiS government fears that Polish online shops will permanently relocate abroad due to this trading tax and has devised a scheme in principle to weaken the ability to sell goods to customers in Poland. (more…)

Posted in: Tax

Agriculture & Food industry

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The government wants to stop the sale of agricultural land for 5 years

The Department of Agriculture has released the draft of the law in the Official Journal BIP that will regulate an agricultural land transaction from 1st May, 2016. It is titled ‘Law on the setting of selling real estate from agricultural property holdings of the treasury and provides a 5-year ban on the sale of state-owned agricultural land. (more…)

Posted in: Economy and Politics

Forum Poznań Partner International

Forum Poznań Partner International

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Mr. Roy Heynlein, Partner at getsix® attended the ‘Forum Poznań Partner International’ event. This was the first event within the framework of the BUDMA fair on 3rd February, 2016. This is a series of events with the context being the working relationship between the Poznań region/Wielkopolska and the capital region Berlin-Brandenburg, while focusing on a new operational and practical basis. (more…)

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New HR and Payroll regulations for the year 2016

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1. For this coming year, 2016, the minimum wage has been increased to 1,850 PLN (approx. 450 EURO) for a full-time job.

2. The rules for temporary contracts and the related notice periods, are changed as follows.

As of 22nd February, 2016, an employer will be able to enter into only a maximum of three agreements for definite periods of time with an employee, and it will not be possible for the collective duration of these agreements to exceed 33 months. The conclusion of an agreement, which is for the 33 months, will mean that once that period ends the agreement will automatically become, by law, an agreement for an indefinite period of time. (more…)

Posted in: Payroll

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