Properly managing this situation and the potential tax consequences, including the expansion of Polish companies beyond Poland’s borders, requires a comprehensive global approach underpinned by in-depth knowledge of both international tax regulations and the tax laws of each country of operation.
Tax implications of international transactions, especially those regarding license fees and taxes on intangible services, interest, and distributions.
- Select tax-efficient legal structures for foreign companies in Poland (corporations, partnerships, branches, representative offices).
- Design ownership structures to manage tax on dividends.
- Tax analysis of business financing methods, management services, technical and marketing support, and transfer of trademarks, patents, or know-how; facilitate the integration of Polish companies with international group operations.
- Help obtain tax relief or allowances.
- Provide advice and support for Polish investment projects abroad (establishing companies and subsidiaries, acquisition of real estate, financing operations).
- Provide services in the target country through KPMG’s network of member firms.
- Design structures and international transactions to reduce the tax burden of Polish companies (sale of shares, holding structures, tax havens).
- Restructuring international groups
- Design tax-efficient ownershipstructures for international capital companies.
Handle foreign exchange aspects of international transactions (formal obligations, permits, reporting foreign investments and currency transfers).
Assistance in deduction of foreign tax credits.
- Recovery of withholding taxes paid by foreign entities on their transactions with Polish firms (based on double taxation treaties and EU tax law).
- Taxation of foreign businesses operating in Poland (permanent establishments, income from real estate, capital gains on sale of shares).