Poland Considers Dropping Periodic VAT Return

September 4, 2018 Charles Maniace

While nothing is official yet, there have been rumblings out of the Polish Ministry of Finance that sometime in 2019 the Government may do away with the time-tested requirement of submitting a monthly VAT return. In lieu of requiring the monthly return, Poland would incorporate additional data elements into their existing monthly SAF-T (Standard Audit File - Tax) requirements, locally known as JPK.

Tax is definitely going digital, but only a handful of countries have even considered eliminating standard periodic VAT filings. Stay tuned through this forum as circumstances evolve in Poland.

About the Author

Charles Maniace

Charles Maniace is the Director of Regulatory Analysis at Sovos. An attorney by trade, Chuck leads a team of attorneys and tax professionals responsible for all the tax and regulatory content that keeps Sovos clients continually complaint. Over his 15 year career in tax and regulatory automation, he has given talks and presentations on a variety of topics including The Taxation of High Tech Transactions, The Taxation of Remote Commerce, The Regulatory Implications of Brexit, The Rise of E-Audits, Form 1042-S Best Practices and Penalty Abatement Practices for Information Returns. Chuck is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and holds a BS in Business Economics from Bentley College, a JD from Boston University School of Law, and an LL.M in Taxation from Boston University School of Law.

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