Poland implements changes to prevent VAT fraud

29 February 2016

A range of measures has been introduced by Poland in order to help reduce the growing problem of VAT fraud. These include:

  • Reducing the limit of business to business cash transactions to a value of PLN 15,000
  • Introducing Standard Audit Files for Tax (SAF-T) in July 2016
  • Combining the tax and customs authorities to help simplify audits and make them more co-ordinated.
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