Until the end of the previous year, British companies registered in Poland for VAT purposes submitted VAT returns on their own, now, as non-EU entities, they should do it through a specially appointed tax representative.
“On the one hand, a British company cannot file returns as a non-EU entity on its own today, on the other hand, even if it appoints a representative, this representative cannot represent an EU taxpayer, and in December the British company registered in Poland for VAT was such a taxpayer" - says Adam Sękowski, Manager of the Tax Advisory Department at Crowe, in in an interview for the “Rzeczpospolita” daily newspaper.
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