Poland abolished income taxation of Ukrainian refugees working remotely.
Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Poland abolished income taxation of Ukrainian refugees working remotely.

Ukrainians who arrived in Poland after February 24 and worked or are working remotely for a Ukrainian employer will not pay taxes in Poland, money.pl writes. In particular, this refers to the PIT tax (Personal Income Tax), which everyone who has income in Poland pays. Following international agreements, Ukrainians who arrived in Poland at the beginning of the war and have not left this country since then and have been working remotely for Ukrainian employers since August 25 become Polish residents and are subject to appropriate taxation. That is, by September 20, such persons must pay PIT for six months and, after that, pay it monthly. However, the Polish authorities decided not to tax Ukrainians who work remotely and pay taxes in their country.

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