Poland — taxation of 'benefits in kind' provided to employees
Poland’s Supreme Administrative Court has referred an issue concerning the taxation of ‘benefits in kind’ to the Constitutional Tribunal.
The question arose in a case concerning employer-provided transportation of employees to and from the workplace and the treatment of this transportation as a taxable benefit in kind with respect to the employees…
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