Tax bill ready for Poland’s New Deal programme says minister

A tax bill, which forms part of the New Deal plan, is ready and will include a tax allowance of up to PLN 30,000, said the minister of finance yesterday.

Tadeusz Kościński said that the bill, if passed, will mean that nine million citizens will “no longer need to pay Personal Income Tax (PIT) and will have PLN 9 billion (EUR 1.96 billion – PAP) lining their pockets.”

Also, as of next year, entrepreneurs will pay health insurance premiums on the same terms as their employees. “We can’t have them paying a lower premium than employees,” he added.


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