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Polish Government Seeks Reelection With Tax Cut Pledges

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

29 April 2019


Ahead of parliamentary elections, the Polish Government has announced proposals to offer limited income tax relief for young earners and low-income taxpayers.

The plan includes the introduction of a new income tax rate and bracket, expected to cut in on income of about one-half of the current lowest threshold of PLN85,528 at a rate of 17 percent. The lowest rate is currently 18 percent.

These proposals would be effective from 2020, while a proposal to exempt full-time workers aged under 26 would be effective from October 1, 2019.

TAGS: tax | employees | tax rates | Poland | individual income tax | Europe

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