Poland: Corporate reporting deadlines for 2021 to be extended

Deadlines for submitting financial statements and filing corporate income tax returns for 2021 to be extended

Corporate reporting deadlines for 2021 to be extended

The Ministry of Finance announced that it intends to extend the deadlines for submitting financial statements and filing corporate income tax returns for 2021 (including returns submitted on form CIT-8).

Under this plan, the deadlines for making, approving and submitting financial statements falling in 2022 will be extended by:

  • Three months for private sector entities (excluding those operating on the financial market and supervised by the Polish Financial Supervision Authority) and non-governmental organizations
  • One month for public finance sector entities
  • Three months for individual (personal) income taxpayers who keep books of accounts (as regards submitting financial statements to the National Revenue Administration).

Accordingly, the deadline for submitting CIT-8 returns for 2021 is to be extended by three months (until 30 June 2022). The deadline for paying the amount of tax due, if applicable, would also be extended.

Read a February 2022 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland

 

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