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When do foreigners have to pay taxes in Poland?Print

Every individual whose place of residence is located in Poland has to pay tax on income obtained in this country. An individual with a place of residence in Poland is a person whose "centre of personal and economic interests" is here (e.g. someone who lives, works in Poland) or who stays in Poland for a period longer than 183 days a year. Such persons are called tax residents.

On the other hand, a person who does not have their place of residence in Poland will pay tax in Poland only on the income obtained in Poland.

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