K&P to hold an Oxford debate on income tax phase-out in Poland
Why do income taxes exist and what would be the consequences of their phase-out in Poland? Kochański & Partners will address this issue in the “Budget 4.0 – CIT- and PIT-free Poland” debate on 20 September 2019, devoted to income tax abolition and featuring renowned experts in tax and financial law, representatives of local government, business and academia.
Since the introduction of income taxes, voices have advocated their phase-out or replacement with other solutions. The debate will present different views on the issue and invite discussion on the consequences of this scenario.
The focused discussion will draw on a report prepared by the K&P tax team, featuring opinions of independent experts. This is the first publication of its kind in Poland, attempting to comprehensively address the possible consequences of the PIT/CIT phase-out for:
- the state budget and local government units;
- the level of consumer spending and private individuals’ savings;
- the productivity of private individuals and economic operators;
- the level of investment outlays and other economic parameters;
- the tax regime (including any necessary changes to the tax regime accompanying the CIT and/or PIT phase-out).
Date: 20 September 2019, 11.00 am
Venue: K&P, Pl. Piłsudskiego 1, Warsaw
Participants: Prof. Witold Orłowski, Prof. Robert Gwiazdowski, Prof. Wojciech Morawski, Agata Dziwisz (Advocate, Partner, K&P Tax Practice), Izabela Andrzejewska-Czernek, PhD (Attorney at Law, K&P Tax Practice).
Contact: Kinga Sobiecka, email@example.com, tel.: +48 22 326 9600
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