PIT In English. How Do I Submit A Tax Return Form Step By Step

Once a year every taxpayer needs to fill out a tax return form and submit it to the tax office. Sometimes it’s possible to deal with a tax return without any assistance, for free. This is why I’ve described the process of submitting PIT in English.

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NIP Number

NIP is often used as an identification number for people who work in Poland and are not included in the PESEL register i.e. most non-EU foreigners. You need to be registered with the system to enable your employer to pay your PIT (personal income tax) for you.

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Study In Two European Countries Thanks To Erasmus In Poland

Erasmus is a very popular exchange programme for universities within the European Union. It will enable you to study in two different countries and get extra money from the European Union in order to do so.

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How Do I Choose A Personal Bank Account?

If you want to find the best personal bank account, it will be easiest to use comparison websites in order to compare offers from all of the banks in Poland. In this article I will provide you with all the necessary Polish banking vocabulary to enable you to find the best bank offers.

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Free School In Krakow With Preparatory Classes For Expat Children

In this article we’ll explain to you what preparatory classes are, how Mr. Stolarek is preparing his school to give your child the best education, and why you no longer need to pay for education.

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How Many Expats Live In Poland?

There are quite a lot foreigners in Poland and this number is growing year after year. Can you guess where Polish expats come from and which Polish cities they choose to live in?

Polish Child Benefit ‘Rodzina 500 Plus’

In many cases foreigners can also apply for a Polish child benefit called ‘Rodzina 500 plus’. This is a good time to describe how it works and to explain when you can apply for it.

New Rules Of Waste Management In Poland

The system of waste management in Poland has changed as of July 2017. Learn how to sort your trash and what to do with hazardous waste like electronic devices and medications, or bulky waste like old furniture.

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