The number of foreigners registered with the Polish Social Security Institution (ZUS) grew to 658,200 after August 2020, up by 30,000 since the end of July.
Through 20 days of April, payments to the country's social insurance institution (ZUS), have fallen by 20 percent, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) daily wrote on Tuesday citing ZUS data regarding revenues from contributions.
Poland's Sejm (lower house of parliament) passed a bill on Saturday aimed at supporting business during the coronavirus epidemic. The bill frees micro-enterprises and the self-employed from paying social insurance contributions (ZUS) for three months.
Over 300 thousand SMEs in Poland will pay lower social insurance, and will be freed from CIT if they invest, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Sunday in Pilichowice, southern Poland.