Poland was one of the few European countries to survive the global economic collapse relatively unscathed. Jacek Kedzior of Ernst & Young explains how the country's economy recovered and how the country’s tax law is a key attraction for foreign investors.
Agnieszka Talasiewicz of Ernst & Young explains that a stable tax system, friendly tax authority and numerous tax incentives all point towards Poland being a sound location for foreign investment.
Radoslaw Szczech of Ernst & Young reviews some of the more important changes to Poland's VAT system, with particular focus on those that may offer interesting planning possibilities, both in terms of tax savings as well as simplification of administrative burden.
Transfer pricing in Poland not only covers tax regulatory issues and compliance aspects but it can influence the evaluation and business structure. Aneta Blazejewska-Gaczynska of Ernst & Young argues that if properly addressed during a transaction, it can give an investor a lot of valuable information to be translated into short and long-term benefits.