– We take responsibility for Errors related to the Polish Order and we will correct them – explained on Friday afternoon as part of the Premiere podcast series. Bravo, if you don’t do anything, you don’t make any mistakes. Therefore, within about a dozen hours there were new, fundamental announcements about changing the Polish agreement from the perspective of the form and profitability of running a business or an ordinary employee. We learned in the third week of the new fiscal year that the program adjustments are intended to ensure that no one, regardless of the form of employment or receipt of social benefits in Polish Lada, will lose as long as the size of their monthly income does not PLN 12.8 thousand exceed. zloty. Fantastic! However, this is not the end.
It turns out that wasn’t the last word from the Prime Minister, who holds the reins of the European Union’s sixth-biggest economy ahead of the long-awaited weekend. There was another revelation in the aforementioned podcast that also applied to Allowances for the middle class. We would like to remind you that this facilitation in the so-called Polish Lada is a solution that can be used by anyone who has earned income from PLN 68,412 to PLN 133,692 per year and comes from full-time employment (employment contract, employment relationship, homework ). , cooperative employment relationship) or from economic activity taxed according to the tax scale. This means, among other things, that with an average monthly income of over PLN 11,141, the relief is zero percent. It’s just not profitable to work and earn more. Except that it might already be outdated.
Now it has to pay off. It’s true that every additional zloty means one zloty less, but still. In the podcast, Mateusz Morawicki shared that after exceeding the limit of the SME allowance, the “PLN for PLN” rule would apply. The head of government has said precisely that this is how he imagines it and that he wants:
I would like to dispel my doubts about the relief for small and medium-sized companies: After the limit has been exceeded, the following applies: PLN for PLN
This is another twist in the drama titled Polish Order. If one of you has already laboriously worked out with the tax advisor which form of taxation to choose in order to suffer as little as possible from the Polish Lada, he should reconsider the subject. Of course, only if the will of the prime minister finally becomes a new law. And what if the change in the settlement procedure with the tax office has already been reported by the taxpayer to the responsible tax office? Can this still be undone? Switch? What if this is the poor tax fulcrum of the prime minister and his people? Wait with the decision until the last legally stipulated date, i.e. until February 20th?
From the point of view of the coherence and transparency of the system, which, despite warm assurances, has long since ceased to be friendly to its financiers and thus to taxpayers, we do not have a Polish order, but a lame dance. Even if the Prime Minister’s statement is pure linguistic clumsiness, the chaos deepens again.
The worst part of all this is that probably no one has counted and simply does not know how much the next ad hoc patches, which will be introduced manually during online speeches in the Polish Lada, will cost the Polish state budget. A budget that we don’t fund the government anyway.
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