Poland to cut VAT rate to 22% from 2019

2 July 2018

From 1 January 2019, the Polish tax authorities will introduce a draft amendment to the VAT Act to reduce the standard VAT rate in the country from 23% to 22%.

If accepted the reduced VAT rate will also decrease from 8% to 7% at the same time. The super reduced VAT rate will remain unchanged at 5%.

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