Drastic changes to tax abolition relief in Poland / applicable from tax year 2021

Drastic changes into the tax abolition relief rules may concern all of the persons who have the status of Polish tax resident.
If you are subject to the Polish personal income tax – this webinar is for you.
From the tax year 2021, there may be an additional income tax burden for Polish tax residents generating substantial part of their income in the Netherlands.
During the webinar we will explain the methods of double taxation avoidance. We will compare the abolition relief regulations applicable before and after the tax year 2021. We will also present example figures on how the changes in the abolition relief might affect you.
REGISTER through sending an e-mail to info@fbs24.nl (not later than on 15th of March).
1. Send us an e-mail and inform us about your right to the discount -20% (if the case) as also details of your company for invoicing purposes
2. You shall receive from us back an information about the payment and the invoice issued according to the data you sent us previously by e-mail
3. As soon as the payment is performed – we shall send you the access link to the webinar and login necessary to participate in it
* we reserve the right of cancellation of the webinar, based on insufficient number of participants and 100% return payment


Marcin Lewandowski
Marcin is Managing Partner of the ZJPL International Lawyers Amsterdam Office. He is graduated from LLM in Dutch, International and European Law at the University of Tilburg. He was employed as a scientific worker at the Chair of Economic Law at the University of Tilburg, where he also lectured administrative law. Since 2003 he is a legal counsel and since 2008 member of the Dutch Bar Association in Amsterdam. His professional experience stems from his practice as a legal counsel in a prestigious international law firm as well as a partner in a renowned partnership in Amsterdam.
Marcin has many years of extensive experience in giving comprehensive legal advice to companies engaged in business activities internationally. Marcin advises corporate clients (including listed companies) as well as individual clients on matters of transnational transactions or legal disputed.
For years he has devoted himself to the problems of cross-border service provision, in particular temporary employment and posting of employees. He represents companies in complex cases with an element of transnationality before ordinary courts and arbitration tribunals.
He continuously cooperates with the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Germany as well as the Association of Employment Agencies (Stowarzyszenie Agencji Zatrudnienia) and the Association of Construction Companies (KPB UNI-BUD) in Warsaw as well as the Nationwide Federation of Entrepreneurs and Employers PRZEDSIĘBIORCY.PL.
He is co-founder and was for many years (an active) member of the “Polonus” Foundation. He is founder and chairman of the Association of Polish-Dutch Entrepreneurs. Since 2015 he is chairman of the Polish Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands. He is also Member of the Management Board of the Association of Polish Lawyers in the Netherlands.
Paweł Zieliński
Master degree holder in Law at Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun and an LLM graduate in International and European Tax Law at Maastricht University.
Pawel gained his tax-related experience while working in Poland, Belgium and the Netherlands. Since 2020 he is a member of ZJPL International Lawyers in Schiphol-Rijk.
Pawel specialises in the Dutch and international tax law, with particular focus on transfer pricing and tax treaties.

150 EUR + VAT
-20% discount for Members of PCCNL and Clients of ZJPL

The payment is a necessary condition of participation in this webinar. We do not foresee any possibilities of cancellations of priorly registered and paid participations.

The Webinar shall be lead with a use of webinar platform by Flex Business Services.


Katarzyna Vannucci
Dyrektor Wykonawczy PCCNL

Polish Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands
1119 PT Schiphol-Rijk, Beechavenue 10
T: 0031 20 227 00 08
M: 0031 628 49 41 64


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