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?Read More
This time I’ve decided to describe cost of living in Poland… and I am really proud, because I believe that I have published the most detailed article describing average income and expenditures in Poland on the English Internet.Read More
Waiters, cooks, medical students, barkeepers, shop assistants – in Poland all of these professionals are required to be checked for Salmonella, Schigella and other contagious diseases. Learn how to get a food service worker certificate in Poland step by step.Read More
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.Read More
When you want to come to Poland you must legalize your stay and your work separately. However, the temporary residence and work permit is a real game changer. It legalizes both your stay and work – two for one.Read More
This year the Polish tax office introduced a new kind of service – they’re now filling out the PIT-37 forms for taxpayers. I got really excited by the idea, especially since according to the government it should now take the taxpayer only a few minutes to apply for the assistance and then to accept the version prepared by the tax office.Read More
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.Read More
I’ve got no official statistics on this, but I would guess that out of all the duties and registrations foreign residents forget about the zameldowanie most frequently. Let’s go through the application process in Kraków step-by-step.Read More
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.Read More
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