Business and Taxation Guide to Poland

The Polish market offers foreign investors some very interesting opportunities. To encourage inward investment, both foreign and local entrepreneurs may benefit from a large variety of favourable European or Polish government assistance programmes, including tax breaks and direct grants.

Due to relatively large number of citizens (approximately 38 million) and constantly growing domestic consumption, diversity of economic structure and good access to Eastern and Western European markets, Poland is already appreciated by a significant number of foreign entrepreneurs.

Over the past decade the country has been successful in improving its business environment as evidenced by its high position in the rankings comparing countries in terms of competitiveness and ease of doing business (e.g. "The Global Competitiveness Report 2016-2017" – 36 rank, "Doing Business 2017" by the World Bank – 24 rank).

“Business and Taxation Guide to Poland” is intended to answer some of the essential questions that may arise when establishing and operating a business in the country. Before making any decision or taking any action that might affect your business, you should consult a qualified professional adviser. Mazars in Poland team will be pleased to discuss specific problems with you.


Business and Taxation Guide to Poland 2017-18