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Poland fights against tax fraud

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Date11 Jun 2013
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Poland has become the first country in the region of the G5 to join an automatic exchange of tax information with other countries” – openly said the Polish Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski during the meeting with his European counterparts, which took place in Brussels in the second half of May...
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Paid maternity leave extended to one year

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Date03 Jun 2013
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The Polish government has concluded an extension of the maternity leave to one year. Mothers and Fathers of children, who have been born starting from this year or who will be born, can make use of one year paid holidays, provided that both parents are working. In the first six...
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Poland will introduce arrangements on tax evasion

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Date02 Jun 2013
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The Polish state intends to prevent in the future, that companies with registered headquarter in Poland are going to transfer their profits towards special purpose vehicles incorporated in countries, where lower tax rates apply than those in place in Poland. The ministry of finance has for that purpose already prepared...
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Man hour in Poland costs EUR 7,20

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Date01 Jun 2013
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According to the latest statistic of the European statistic agency Eurostat Poland remains with respect to cost of labor at the lower level of the states of the European Union. At the end of 2012 one man hour costs employers in Poland EUR 7,20. Only Bulgaria and Romania plus the...
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Base rate on the lowest ever level in history

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Date31 May 2013
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The monetary council of the National Bank of Poland reduced the base rate by 0,25% points to 3%. Such a low level hitherto never happened. Economists and Analysts showed their big surprise on this base rate decision, insofar as the President of the National Bank of Poland, Mr. Marek Belka,...
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Further reduction in prime lending rate

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Date22 Mar 2013
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In the past the Monetary Policy Council of the National Bank always stuck to its more conservative approach to interest rate policy. However, it seems that the Monetary Policy Council became more responsive to current economic turbulences and for the shortest fourth consecutive time (since November) reduces the interest rates....
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Wage and salary levels at its peak in Pomerania

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Date19 Mar 2013
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Die-hard belief has it that the best salaries are earned in capital region of Poland – Masovia, however, hard facts lead to a different conclusion. In order to prove it the Sedlak&Sedlak Consulting Company issued a regional wage and salary levels comparison report for 2012. The subject of the research...
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