Prime Minister: There will be a ZUS relief of up to PLN 1 billion for micro and small businesses

The head of the government discussed the plans for easing the ZUS related burdens during his visit at the company SuperDrob S.A. in Karczew in, Mazowieckie Voivodeship.

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Photo: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

Mateusz Morawiecki stated that small businesses will be able to have their ZUS rates calculated not from revenues, as it is now, but - up to a certain threshold- from income. He went on to explain that this relief should cover those persons for whom the lump sum ZUS rate is the basis for payments to the Social Insurance Fund. The relief will cost the state around PLN 1 billion emphasized the Prime Minister.

The head of the government also addressed the introduction of a possible lump sum settlement, which will facilitate the settlement of accounts. For all medium and larger businesses we propose a lump sum ZUS rate from 60% of average remuneration. These rates remain unchanged noted the Prime Minister.

The government supports Polish entrepreneurs through introducing such measures as the Constitution of Business, Small ZUS or lower CIT.

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