Relocating a business to Poland is an extremely beneficial solution. However, the change of business environment in practice is not as simple as it may seem. Polish regulations offer many advantages to new companies. It is enough that they relocate their activity to our country. The catalog of benefits resulting from the relocation is extensive and it is worth to mention here: relatively large market, reasonable labor costs, availability of qualified specialists in various fields, EU membership or attractive service sector. Do you know how to relocate your business to Poland? Find out more on Wednesday 20.04 at 11:00! During the webinar you will be able to ask individual questions about your business!
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In general, there are several models available, but the most popular are individual business activity and limited liability company. In this case I would like to suggest limited liability company, because it provides a lot of security in case of liabilities on the side of the company. On the other hand operating as a individual business activity will require you to have among others an appropriate residence permit. In this case the choice should be consulted individually as individual companies have diversified legal conditions to be met.
Business transferred to Poland will always be subject to legal regulations applicable to Polish entities. This includes the Commercial Companies Code, the Accounting Act, as well as the Tax Ordinance Act. If you decide on a particular legal form, it will be necessary to draw up articles of association, register with the National Court Register and with the Tax Office for VAT settlements. Finally, you will have to report the company to the Social Insurance Institution. Moreover, the transferred company may keep its organization, management and employees. It all depends on the individual legal circumstances. Remember also that you need to set up a bank account, and obtain the appropriate licenses or permits if necessary.
In this situation I will provide you with detailed advice on the rules of doing business in Poland. I will handle on your behalf the registration of your company in Poland, as well as the formalities related to the registration of migration documents for employees, providing accounting services or opening bank accounts. Also, if you have any doubts – I invite you to a webinar, where I will try to answer your questions in detail.
Autor: Wiktoria Ronc