Tax aspects of the Anti-Crisis Shield
Potential tax loss carryback – PIT and CIT (applies to losses incurred in 2020)
• Taxpayers that:
(i) suffered a loss in 2020; and
(ii) generated revenues which are at least 50% lower than in 2019 (with respect to the same operations)
due to COVID-19, can apply the ...
Anti-Crisis Shield – key changes for the real estate sector
1. Statutory reduction of rent in retail complexes with sales area of over 2,000 sqm
• Statutory rent reduction of 90%, applicable to retail developments with a sales area exceeding 2,000 sqm, covering the period over which the Tenant’s operations are prevented/hindere...
Capital markets – easing regulatory burdens in face of coronavirus epidemic
Supervisory Impulses Package – Polish Financial Supervision Authority’s Office (PFSAO) proposes to ease regulatory burden and supervision amid coronavirus outbreak.
As the coronavirus epidemic spreads, the PFSAO works on a set of proposals to help entities supervised b...
Further restrictions for shopping centers
The most recent Regulation tightens the restrictions on retail and services in commercial developments of over 2,000 m2. Limitations applicable to ofﬁce buildings (canteens, restaurants, cafés) have been extended without any major modiﬁcations.
Starting from March 21, ...
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Another batch of anti-crisis tax measures
Based on its announcement of March 19, 2020, the Ministry of Finance is suggesting the following types of anti-crisis solutions related to taxes.
• Potential tax loss carryback (PIT and CIT).
The loss recorded in 2020 can be applied to the previous profitable year (20...
Coronavirus epidemic and its impact on performance of obligations arising from construction works agreements
The SARS-CoV2 (“Coronavirus”) epidemic might lead to numerous problems in performance of construction works agreements.
Our clients point to conflicting signals coming from the market:
• in some investment projects (e.g. large construction projects), investors ins...
Ant-crisis measures – aid package covering taxes and social insurance (ZUS) contributions
On March 18, 2020, during a conference held after the Cabinet Council meeting, the President and Prime Minister of Poland announced that works are underway on a range of draft bills as part of the so-called “anti-crisis shield.” They are supposed to form an aid package ...
Government unveils major relief package
On Wednesday (18 March 2020), the President and Prime Minister announced a relief package worth PLN 212bn to counter the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak. Although full details of the relief measures are not yet available, it is clear that the stimulus plan is goin...
Restructuring and bankruptcy at the time of #coronavirus
On 13 March 2020, the Polish government announced the state of epidemic threat due to COVID-19, more commonly known as the coronavirus. The days that followed saw the government close the Polish borders, impose a mandatory 14-day quarantine for Polish citizens returning...
Coronavirus and public procurement procedure
What about agreements executed under public procurement law act?
Potential actions for contractors and contracting authorities
Undoubtedly, we are and will continue to be affected by the COVID-19 (“coronavirus”) pandemic and the state of epidemic threat, introduced in...