Poland is mulling a windfall tax and if a decision is made to implement it, the resolution will target particular sectors and not all companies, government spokesperson Piotr Mueller told broadcaster Radio Zet.
Jacek Sasin, Poland's state assets minister and a deputy prime minister, has proposed a 50 percent windfall tax on power companies which have profited from rising energy prices.
The Sejm, the lower house of the Polish parliament, has decided to keep lower taxes on certain goods till the end of the year to combat inflation and prolong elevated VAT rates to finance defence spending.
The Polish cabinet has adopted a bill prolonging its anti-inflation measures, the so-called 'shields,' beyond end-October, to the end of 2022, the Prime Minister's Office said in a Tuesday statement.
The Polish government is looking into ways of increasing the tax burden for state-owned companies that note stronger profits owing to rising prices of commodities, the government spokesperson has said.
Poland wants to see all of the international taxation reforms implemented, not just the global minimum corporate tax, but most of all it wants the digital giants to be taxed, the country's finance minister has said.
The results of a new opinion poll, released on Tuesday, indicate that 70 percent of Poles want to see tax privileges for the Catholic Church abolished.
Poland's Sejm, the lower house of parliament, on Thursday voted in favour of reducing the Personal Income Tax (PIT) rate to 12 percent from 17 percent as of July 1, 2022.
The Ministry of Finance has proposed to lower the Personal Income Tax (PIT) rate from 17 to 12 percent for non-flat rate tax payers, from 1 July, 2022.
After being sorted by officials in Gdynia, the half a million items of shoes, clothing and bedding are sent to Ukrainian refugees in Poland and those remaining in their homeland.