The Prime Minister also spoke about small business tax reliefs, including the proposal to set the rate of social security contributions for the smallest entrepreneurs based on their income, and not revenue. “About PLN 1 billion which today is deposited into the Social Insurance Fund will be used to reduce ZUS contribution rates proportionally to income, to a certain level,” the Prime Minister stressed. This will link the amount of incurred burdens to the actual financial capacity of entrepreneurs.
Mateusz Morawiecki pointed out that his government also intends to increase the revenues limit for flat-rate taxation to EUR 2 million.
The Prime Minister stated that the government has taken measures aimed, e.g., at directing Poland “towards greater innovation” as well as cutting red tape and streamlining “tax office-business cooperation”.