Ukrainians staying in Poland for more than 183 days will have to pay a tax

It is reported that starting next week (August 22-28) many Ukrainian refugees will stay in Poland for more than 183 days. According to international obligations, it is after 183 days that the arrival is obliged to pay tax in the country in which he is located. August 18, 2022 0 1 min

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How to pay the tax?

Polish law requires that the tax (PIT) must be paid by the 20th day of the month following the month in which the stay in Poland exceeded 183 days. Therefore, those whose 183 days expire in August will have to file the PIT for the past six months in September. Thereafter, payments will become monthly. The tax is levied on income received in the last 183 days.

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