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How to file a return with ZUS and access the Polish tax system

When operating as an individual entrepreneur in Poland, nothing is more important than correctly filling out the tax return and gaining access to the ZUS system. Your financial well-being and business success depend on it. Ready to learn all the important steps and secrets to successfully filing your return? Further in the article - everything you need to know for smooth work with ZUS and confident filing of tax reports.

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Glossary

  • ZUS - Zakład Ubezpieczeń Społecznych (Social Insurance)
  • Individual Entrepreneur - Individual Entrepreneur
  • Tax return - An official document that contains information about the income and expenses of an individual entrepreneur, used to calculate and pay taxes
  • Access to the system - Ability to obtain information and submit documents through the ZUS electronic system
  • Steps - Specific steps that must be completed for successful submission declarations and reporting
  • Documents - Official papers or electronic files that must be provided to ZUS to submit a declaration or correct an error
  • Filling - The process of entering information and data into the appropriate fields of documents
  • Error - Incorrect or incomplete provision of information in the declaration or reporting
  • Additional forms - Additional documents or forms that may be required when filing a declaration or reporting
  • Accident insurance - Compulsory insurance that provides individual entrepreneurs and their employees with protection from possible accidents in the workplace
  • Employee report - A document that contains information about an employee who performed work under special conditions
  • Conclusion - The final part of the article, where the results are summarized and given recommendations on further actions for filing a declaration and reporting.

Guide to filing a tax return with ZUS for individual entrepreneurs in Poland

The instructions below will help Individual entrepreneurs in Poland understand the process of filing a tax return with ZUS and gain access to the system. We'll cover all the important steps and documents needed to successfully file your return and tax filings.

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Considering the further situation, let’s assume that the entrepreneur has already registered an individual entrepreneur in Poland, registered as a payer in ZUS and found out how much contributions he must pay. He also became familiar with how payments are made in ZUS.

Having gone through all the above stages, the entrepreneur is faced with various declarations and forms whose names begin with ZUS, for example, ZUS ZFA or ZUS ZBA. All of them are needed at different stages and for different purposes. Gradually, the individual entrepreneur develops an impressive list of various reports, in which it is easy to get confused.

Official directory from ZUS

To facilitate the process of working with reporting, it is recommended to use the official directory from ZUS. In this guide you will find a list of all necessary documents, located on several pages. If you do not find the document you need, you should turn to other sources of information.

Let us clarify that we are talking specifically about documents for ZUS. Although the term “declarations” is used, they also include other forms of reporting. It is important to correctly fill out and submit all required documents on time.

Documents for filing a tax return with ZUS

To successfully file a tax return with ZUS, individual entrepreneurs in Poland must have the following documents:

  1. Individual Entrepreneur Registration Application (ZUS RCA) is the main document for registering an individual entrepreneur in ZUS. The application contains all the necessary information about business activities, including information about the place of work, types of activities and planned income.

  2. Calculation of ZUS DRA and ZUS DZAP - these calculations are necessary to determine the amount of contributions to social insurance and compulsory pension insurance. They are calculated based on the expected income and characteristics of the individual entrepreneur’s activities.

  3. Application for ZUS ZCNA insurance - Individual entrepreneurs must also submit an application for insurance with ZUS. The application contains information about the entrepreneur, his income and place of work.

  4. Various reporting forms - depending on the type of activity of the individual entrepreneur, it is necessary to provide various reporting forms, such as ZUS Z3, ZUS ZFA or ZUS ZBA. In these forms, individual entrepreneurs indicate their income and expenses for a certain period.

Please note that the documents listed may change due to changes in legislation. Therefore, it is important to closely monitor updates on the official ZUS website.

Practical tips and recommendations

For the convenience of working with tax reporting for individual entrepreneurs in Poland, it is recommended to adhere to the following tips:

  1. Read the instructions carefully - Before completing any documents, review the instructions and guidelines provided with the reporting forms. This way you will avoid errors and delays when filing your return.

  2. Keep accurate records - It is important to keep records of all income and expenses associated with business activities. This will help you fill out reporting forms accurately and avoid possible problems with the tax office.

  3. Seek professional help - If you are having trouble understanding the tax filing process, seek help from a professional accountant or lawyer who specializes in Polish tax law .

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Filing a tax return in ZUS for individual entrepreneurs in Poland is an important stage in doing business. Review the required documents and follow the instructions to avoid problems with the tax authorities. If you have any difficulties, seek professional help.

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How to file a return with ZUS and access the Polish tax system

📝 Instructions for declarations in ZUS for individual entrepreneurs in Poland

The next step after registering your activity as an individual entrepreneur (IP) in Poland is filing a tax return with the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS). In this section we will look at the important aspects and requirements associated with filing three types of declarations with ZUS: the ZUS DRA settlement declaration, the ZUS RCA personal declaration and the ZUS RSA. This will help you prepare and file your tax return successfully.

📋 ZUS DRA Settlement Declaration

A business dealing with employees or contractors under conditions that fall under the relevant provisions of the law is required to complete and submit a ZUS DRA return. This document contains information about the calculation of contributions and benefits paid. It can be presented both when paying contributions in the standard amount of full ZUS, and when using various benefits, for example, Maly ZUS or Ulga at the start.

💡 Professional advice: Before filling out the declaration, it is recommended that you read the form itself and the official instructions. Please note that this guidance may cover a variety of situations, including changes that come into effect in 2022. - Arkadiusz Waliczak, lawyer - consultant.

How to file a return with ZUS and access the Polish tax system

📝 How to fill out ZUS DRA

Before you start filling out ZUS DRA declaration, you must familiarize yourself with the form. This will give you a better understanding of what information you need to provide when filing your return, regardless of the filing method you choose. You can find the form and other information in the official instructions. Please also note the different rules for filling out the form and situations related to changes starting in 2022.

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💡 Practical advice: Keep the official instructions handy when filling out the ZUS DRA declaration. If you have questions or need further assistance, you can always contact her for guidance.

💼 Personal declarations ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA

If you, as an individual entrepreneur, hire employees, then in addition to the settlement declaration ZUS DRA you also need to provide reports in the form ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA for each insured employee. The ZUS RCA declaration is a personal monthly statement of contributions due and benefits paid for the calculation of social and health insurance contributions or benefits paid to employees. ZUS RSA, in turn, is a personal monthly report on benefits paid and contribution breaks to display benefits paid and contribution breaks for your employees.

💡 Knowledge of the tax process: If you do not have any employees, you are required to provide only the ZUS DRA settlement return without any attachments.

📝 How to fill out ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA

It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the relevant forms and official instructions before completing the ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA declarations. Knowing the forms and the rules for filling them out will allow you to prepare documents correctly, regardless of the chosen submission method. Official instructions from ZUS contain the necessary information and tips for filling out the forms. If you have any difficulties, you can always use the tutorial videos available on the dedicated ZUS YouTube channel.

💡 Important to know: When completing ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA declarations, it is recommended to follow the official instructions from ZUS. They will help you fill out documents without errors and save time.

⏰ When to file ZUS DRA, ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA

The above returns must be filed with ZUS within certain deadlines. The first declaration to ZUS DRA must be submitted within a month after registering your activity. The following declarations are submitted starting from the next month after the start of your activity and the start of payment of contributions. There are several rules that need to be taken into account:

  • If your activity is registered on the first day of the month, then the ZUS DRA settlement declaration must be submitted for the current full month and each subsequent full month.
  • If the registration of your activity occurred within a month (not from the first day), the first ZUS DRA is provided for an incomplete billing period, and the second for the next full month.
  • If your activity resumes within a month, the first ZUS DRA is also submitted for a partial billing period, and the second for the next full month.

💡 Did you know: Before filing ZUS DRA, ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA returns, it is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the specific terms and conditions for your activity so as not to miss important dates for approval and payment of fees.

📊 Overview

The table below provides an overview of declarations and required documents:

Declaration Description Mandatory
ZUS DRA Estimated contributions and benefits paid Yes
ZUS RCA Statement of contributions and benefits for employees Yes (if there are employees)
ZUS RSA Report on paid benefits and breaks Yes (if any employees)

💡 Expert opinion: Filing tax returns with ZUS is the responsibility of every entrepreneur in Poland. Knowing the required forms and filling rules will help you submit documents without errors and on time. Please refer to official instructions and guidance to ensure that your declarations are correct. - Aneta Beletskaya, tax specialist.

How to file a return with ZUS and access the Polish tax system

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How to submit ZUS reports and access the system?

You, as an individual entrepreneur in Poland, are required to know the process of filing a tax return with ZUS (Zakład Ubezpieczeń Społecznych) and gaining access to the system. In this section, we will walk you through the important steps you need to take and the documents you need to successfully file your taxes and report them.

ZUS reports: print or electronic filing?

If the number of people for whom you pay contributions does not exceed five, you have the freedom to choose between printed and electronic submission of ZUS DRA, ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA reports. You can send them on paper directly to the ZUS office using traditional mail, or electronically.

However, if the number of people for whom you are paying contributions is more than five, then only electronic filing is permitted. The only exception is with the consent of the ZUS branch director, who may allow you to send documents in physical form or on IT media.

Electronic filing through the Płatnik program

For electronic filing of documents, you can use the following services:

  1. Płatnik program: Download and install the Płatnik program on your computer. You can download it from the official ZUS website. With this program you will be able to sign documents using a qualified signature.

  2. ePłatnik application on the PUE ZUS platform: If your company employs no more than 100 people, you can download ePłatnik application on the PUE ZUS platform. To use this application you will need a trusted profile or qualified signature.

Brief instructions for submitting via ePłatnik

  1. Log in to PUE ZUS and log in.

  2. Select the "ePłatnik" tab.

  3. In the "Documenty" section, click on the "Dodaj" item.

By choosing the document submission method that suits you and reading the ePłatnik brief instructions, you can easily submit your tax return to ZUS and gain access to the system.

Now let's look at which services are most useful and what you should pay attention to when submitting documents to ZUS.

Helpful Don't
Use electronic filing Send documents on paper if not allowed
Download and install the Płatnik program Use outdated versions of the program
Use a qualified signature for Płatnik Forget about signing documents
Get a trusted profile for the ePłatnik application Send incomplete or outdated documents

This guide will help you file your ZUS returns correctly and access the system, ensuring your tax return is completed on time and accurately. Every step is important, so make sure you follow the instructions and use the correct e-filing software.

Make sure you are familiar with all ZUS requirements and guidelines before submitting your documents. Complete Plus is always ready to help you with all your questions and provide additional advice to ensure that your return filing is as successful as possible.

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With these instructions and recommendations, you can easily file your tax return with ZUS and access the system. If you still have questions or difficulties, do not hesitate to seek help from professional consultants who will help you understand all the nuances of the process.

How to correct a mistake in a tax return: steps and deadlines

If, when filing a tax return with ZUS (social security mortgage), providing individual entrepreneurs in Poland) you made a mistake or discovered an inaccuracy, do not panic. In this instruction, we will tell you how to correct an error in the declaration and what deadlines must be met.

Step 1: Identification of Irregularities and Notification from ZUS

If you discover an error or receive notification from ZUS of an irregularity in your return, you must provide corrective documentation. Independent detection of violations must be carried out within 7 days, and notification from ZUS must be received no later than within 30 days after receiving the inspection report.

Step 2: Correction of the ZUS DRA settlement declaration

To correct the ZUS DRA settlement declaration for a particular month in ZUS, you must submit a new ZUS DRA form, correctly completed and corrected taking into account all the data.

Step 3: Correction of ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA forms

If the error affects the ZUS RCA or ZUS RSA forms, you must send documents only for those employees whom it corresponds to affects. However, the declaration must indicate the calculations of all employees for a given month.

Deadlines for correcting the declaration

It is important to comply with the established deadlines when correcting the declaration. If an error is discovered as a result of a ZUS check, corrective documents must be provided within 7 days from the date of discovery. If a notification is received from ZUS, the period for correction is no more than 30 days after receipt of the inspection report.

Summary

Correcting errors in the ZUS tax return is an integral part of the tax accounting process for individual entrepreneurs in Poland. If errors are detected, submitting corrected documents on time is the key to successful filing of the declaration. Remember the importance of correct and timely data correction to avoid possible negative consequences.

Best practices for correcting errors in your ZUS tax return:

  • Do not delay correcting your return until last minute to meet deadlines.
  • Carefully check the correctness of filling and correct all data related to the detected error.
  • Provide all necessary documents to the social security mortgage in Poland.
  • Follow ZUS guidelines and instructions for correcting errors in your declaration.

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Please note that if deadlines are not met or errors are incorrectly corrected, there may be negative consequences, including penalties from ZUS.

Don't let mistakes go unaddressed—correct them promptly to ensure your tax return is correct and compliant with the law.

Expert opinion:

Bug fixes in the ZUS tax return - an important stage of tax accounting for individual entrepreneurs in Poland. Meeting deadlines and correcting them correctly will help avoid potential problems and penalties. It is recommended to carefully review and check the declaration before filing, and if errors are detected, correct them promptly.

- Wanda Bernadskaya, international lawyer.

How to file a return with ZUS and access the Polish tax system

What to do What not to do
Carry out independent monitoring and error detection. Put off correcting your declaration until the last minute.
Report bugs within 7 days of self-discovery or notification. Miss established deadlines or fail to provide documents as requested by ZUS.
Provide correctly completed correction forms. Forgetting to indicate the calculations of all employees for the month when correcting the declaration.

This detailed article will allow you to easily correct an error on your ZUS tax return and file the correct documents as required by law. Do not forget that correct and timely correction of errors is the key to successful tax accounting for your individual entrepreneur in Poland.

Note: This guide is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. We recommend that you consult with a tax advisor or attorney for specific advice based on your situation.

Documents and forms for filing a tax return in ZUS

In this section we will look at additional forms and documents that must be provided to ZUS when filing a tax return for individual entrepreneurs in Poland.

Information on accident insurance form ZUS IWA

When you own your own business in Poland, you need to pay accident insurance premiums. To file a tax return with ZUS, you must complete the ZUS IWA form. This is information about the data needed to determine the accident insurance premium for the previous calendar year.

Payers who paid accident insurance premiums during all months of the previous year and at least one day in January of the current year must submit the ZUS IWA form. If last year you insured against accidents at least 10 people per month (including yourself), then by December 31 last year you were included in the REGON register.

ZUS IWA forms must be retained for 10 years from the date of submission to ZUS in paper or electronic document form.

Note: Form ZUS IWA is required to submit information about accident insurance.

Report of an employee performing work under special conditions form ZUS ZSWA

If you hire employees to perform work under special conditions, you must report this by providing the ZUS ZSWA form. This information must be submitted by March 31 for the previous year. To submit your tax return to ZUS, you can use either a paper or an electronic form.

The report of an employee performing work under special conditions (form ZUS ZSWA) must be kept for 5 years from the date of submission to ZUS.

Note: Use Form ZUS ZSWA to report a worker performing work under special conditions.

Documents for employees

There are also some documents that must be provided to the employees themselves. Although these documents do not need to be submitted to ZUS, we still recommend paying attention to them.

How to file a return with ZUS and access the Polish tax system

  • Annual report on contributions accrued for the reporting year: This report is submitted until February 28 of the following year. It contains information on accrued contributions for the reporting year and can be provided either on special forms or in another form that complies with regulations.
  • Monthly information on accrued contributions upon request of the employee: This information must also be provided by February 28 of the following year. It contains information about accrued contributions for each month at the request of the employee.

Note: Providing employees with an annual contribution statement and monthly information helps them stay on top of their contributions and establish control over your finances.

The table below provides an overview of useful documents and forms for filing a tax return with ZUS:

Document/form Retention period Description
ZUS IWA form 10 years Accident insurance information
Form ZUS ZSWA 5 years Report of an employee who performed work under special conditions
Annual report 1 year Information on assessed contributions for the reporting year
Monthly information 1 year Information on accrued contributions upon request of the employee

Here we briefly reviewed the additional forms and documents associated with filing a tax return with ZUS for individual entrepreneurs in Poland. Make sure you fill out all the required forms and provide all the required documents to keep your tax affairs in order.

Be careful and stay up to date with all the requirements here to minimize potential problems and penalties.

Remember that the accuracy and timeliness of filing your tax return with ZUS are the main important aspects for your successful business in Poland.

What are the consequences of late submission of declarations to ZUS?

The importance of timely filing of tax returns with the Social Insurance Office Mortgage (Zakład Ubezpieczeń Społecznych, ZUS) for a sole proprietor (IE) in Poland should not be underestimated. Failure to meet deadlines can lead to serious consequences and unwanted financial and legal problems.

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Fines and undesirable consequences

There are fines and penalties for late or incorrect filing of returns with ZUS additional costs for individual entrepreneurs in Poland. The Social Insurance Office of the Republic of Poland will first send the notice to the payer electronically via the Portal of the Social Insurance Office ZUS (PUE ZUS). However, if no action is taken and no documents are submitted, the Office itself will prepare a declaration ZUS DRA (Deklaracja Rozliczeniowa Aktualizująca).

Adjustment, Surcharge, and Penalty Interest

This return will report health insurance premiums at the minimum level calculated in accordance with the rules applicable to the tax bracket. However, for individual entrepreneurs this means the need to make adjustments to the declaration and pay additional amounts. In addition, the individual entrepreneur will be required to pay penalty interest for the delay in filing a declaration and non-payment of contributions.

Enforcement proceedings and additional sanctions

If the individual entrepreneur does not make the necessary adjustments during the tax year, and the failure to submit documents is related to non-payment of contributions, additional enforcement measures are provided from Social Security Administration. In these cases, enforcement proceedings may be initiated, and the individual entrepreneur may be required to pay a fine of up to 5 thousand zlotys for each unpaid obligation, or up to 100 unpaid contributions.

The importance of timely filing of the declaration

It is important to understand that the longer the filing of the declaration and payment of contributions is delayed, the more serious the consequences for individual entrepreneurs in Poland may be. This may affect not only their financial position, but also their business reputation. Therefore, timely submission of documents to ZUS is an important factor for the successful operation of individual entrepreneurs in Poland.

Summary:

When submitting a tax return to the Social Insurance Office (ZUS), individual entrepreneurs in Poland should understand that late or incorrect filing of returns may entail various undesirable consequences and financial problems. Failure to comply with deadlines for submitting documents may result in fines, the need to make adjustments, payment of penalty interest and additional sanctions, up to and including the initiation of enforcement proceedings. Therefore, it is recommended that individual entrepreneurs in Poland pay special attention to compliance with deadlines and the correctness of filing declarations in ZUS.

Expert's notebook:

Experts advise individual entrepreneurs in Poland to carefully monitor compliance with the deadlines for submitting declarations to the Mortgage Office of the Social Security Administration (ZUS). Submitting documents on time will help you avoid fines, additional costs and unwanted legal problems. If you have questions or difficulties in filing a declaration, it is recommended to seek help from specialists in order to avoid mistakes and adverse consequences. How to file a return with ZUS and access the Polish tax system

What to do What not to do
- Submit your declaration to ZUS on time and correctly ;
- Make adjustments to the declaration if necessary;
- Pay contributions and penalty interest;
- Seek advice and help from specialists.
- Delay filing a return;
- Do not make adjustments to the declaration if necessary;
- Ignore the payment of fees and penalty interest;
- Ignore possible problems and difficulties with filing a declaration.

Remember, timely and correct submission of declarations to the Social Insurance Office (ZUS) Mortgage is an important factor for the successful operation of individual entrepreneurs in Poland and will help avoid unwanted consequences.

Conclusion: Instructions for filing a tax return in ZUS for individual entrepreneurs in Poland

Filing a tax return in Poland is an important step for individual entrepreneurs, which requires care and careful execution. In this article, we reviewed the main steps and procedures required to successfully submit a declaration to ZUS and gain access to the system. By adhering to these recommendations, you will be able to confidently resolve tax issues and not violate Polish legislation.

In conclusion, here is a table with an overview of useful information and best practices for filing a tax return with ZUS:

What to do What not to do
Fill out the declaration on time Postpone filing the declaration until the last minute
Check the accuracy and completeness of the information provided Understate or overstate data when filling out a declaration
Save copies of documents and supporting materials Ignore the need to carefully store documents
Seek help from professionals if required Neglect to update changes in ZUS rules

Following these guidelines will help you complete your ZUS tax return safely and correctly. Remember that filing the declaration on time and accurately filling out the data are important conditions for the correct operation of your individual entrepreneur in Poland.

Don't forget that if you have questions or difficulties, you can always seek advice from tax professionals. They will help you understand all the nuances and ensure the smooth functioning of your individual entrepreneur. We wish you success and prosperity in your business!

How to file a return with ZUS and access the Polish tax system

Frequently asked questions on the topic "How to access ZUS and file a tax return when working as an individual entrepreneur in Poland?"

1. How to access the ZUS system?

To gain access to the ZUS system, you must submit an application to your local ZUS office, providing all relevant documents, such as an extract from the register of individual entrepreneurs, a copy of your passport and a signed application for access.

2. What documents do I need to confirm the income of an individual entrepreneur when filing a tax return with ZUS?

When submitting a tax return to ZUS, individual entrepreneurs must provide the following documents to confirm income: a ledger of income and expenses, copies of invoices, a copy of the lease agreement (if any) and other relevant documents confirming receipt of income.

3. How to fill out the ZUS DRA settlement declaration?

To fill out the ZUS DRA settlement declaration, you must provide information on income, expenses and insurance premiums. You must also provide relevant documents confirming the information provided.

4. How to fill out personal declarations ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA?

To fill out personal declarations ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA, you must provide information about your income and insurance contributions. Declarations must be completed in accordance with the instructions provided by ZUS.

5. When must the ZUS DRA, ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA declaration be submitted?

The ZUS DRA declaration must be submitted by the 10th day of the taxation month, and the ZUS RCA and ZUS RSA declarations by the 15th day of the taxation month.

6. How can I send documents to the ZUS system?

Documents can be submitted to the ZUS system via email, the ZUS e-PUE platform or in person at your local ZUS branch. Each method of submitting documents has its own requirements and instructions that must be followed.

7. How can I correct an error in my tax return?

If you discover an error on your tax return, you must file an amended version of your return showing the corrected information and an explanation of the error. It is also possible to contact your local ZUS office for further assistance in correcting the error.

8. What additional forms may be required to complete a tax return in the ZUS system?

Additional forms that may be required when completing a ZUS tax return include personal injury insurance information (ZUS IWA form) and a statement of the employee who performed the work in special conditions (form ZUS ZSWA).

9. What documents do employees need to provide when filing a declaration in the ZUS system?

When filing a declaration in the ZUS system, the employer must provide its employees with copies of relevant documents, such as pay slips, copies of employment contracts and other documents confirming the payment of wages and payment of insurance premiums.

10. What happens if documents are not submitted to the ZUS system on time?

If documents are not submitted to the ZUS system on time, various consequences may arise, such as penalties, delays in payment of insurance benefits or possible problems with insurance premiums. It is recommended to always comply with the deadlines for submitting documents to avoid negative consequences.

Thanks for reading, we wish you success in accessing ZUS and filing your tax return!

You did it! You have read this article and are now a true tax professional in Poland. You are now aware and ready to successfully file your tax return and access the ZUS system.

We want to thank you for your time and interest, together we have sorted out all the important steps and documents required for successful filing and tax reporting. We listened to you and shared with you the most useful tips.

You can now confidently file your tax return with ZUS and ensure your financial stability. Remember, you can always come back to this article to refresh your knowledge and use it as a guide.

Don't forget that tax return and reporting can be a complex process, but with your understanding and knowledge, you can definitely handle it. We are confident that you will become a successful individual entrepreneur in Poland and achieve your financial goals.

We wish you good luck and prosperity in your business! Always remember that you are a true professional!

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Oh, the difficulties with tax returns! I would appreciate any advice on how to access ZUS and file tax returns correctly in Poland.

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