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The tax office will audit 17 million Poles. New rule from July 1

This year, the Tax Office will receive data from sales platforms of approximately 17 million Poles. They are forced to do so by new regulations, specifically the EU DAC7 directive.

The EU DAC7 directive should come into force in Poland last year. Member States had time to do so from January 1, 2023 to January 1, 2024. However, in our country its implementation has been postponed to a later date. We already know when exactly it will come into force and what data will be sent to the tax office.

The tax office will receive data of 17 million Poles

According to the DAC7 directive, e-commerce platforms will have to provide the Tax Office with data on everyone who sells an appropriate number of goods or services online in a given period. Fortunately, this does not apply to sporadic sellers who have concluded less than 30 transactions for an amount below PLN 2,000. euro. Each time these numbers are exceeded, data is automatically sent to the tax office.

And what exactly will go to the tax office? First of all, the data of a given person, including: name, surname, date of birth, NIP, REGON and VAT (in the case of companies). In addition, online sales platforms will have to provide specific transaction amounts, details of the bank account to which the money was transferred, as well as a report on products and services.

The main problem with the DAC7 directive is that it is intended to be retroactive. Although in Poland, as reported by Rzeczpospolitawill come into force on July 1, 2024, e-commerce platforms are to submit data to the Tax Office from the beginning of 2023. This is a requirement of the European Union.

E-commerce platforms include, among others: Allegro, Vinted, OLX, Booking, Booksy, Temu, AliExpress, but also Bolt and Panek. If you often sell or rent your services on them, the Tax Office will know about it. According to estimates, this applies to as many as 17 million Poles.

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