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Ministry of Finance on help for merchants from Marywilska 44. What can they count on?

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Entrepreneurs from the Marywilska 44 shopping center affected by the fire may apply for the tax to be paid in installments and the deadline for payment to be postponed, the Ministry of Finance announced. Merchants can also apply for the cancellation of tax arrears or deferment of the deadline for payment of tax liabilities. There were 1,400 different shops and service points at Marywilska 44.

“The National Tax Administration (KAS) has prepared solutions for entrepreneurs from Marywilska 44. They can apply, among others, for the tax to be divided into installments and to postpone the deadline for its payment,” the Ministry of Finance said in a statement.

The hall of the shopping complex at ul. destroyed after the fire. Marywilska 44 in WarsawPAP/Leszek Szymański

Ministry of Finance about what merchants from Marywilska 44 can do

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CASH has launched a special, temporary hotline for this purpose at 22 460 59 30, where injured entrepreneurs can ask about tax settlements (PITVAT) and for relief in the repayment of liabilities.

As the ministry assured, KAS supports entrepreneurs who found themselves in a difficult situation as a result of the fire at the Marywilska 44 hall. Entities running a business they can count on reliefs constituting state aid, as well as reliefs that do not constitute state aid i de minimis aid (state aid granted to entrepreneurs which does not have to be reported to the European Commission).

As reported in the announcement, taxpayers pursuant to Art. 67a tax ordinance can apply for: spreading tax liabilities into installments (RAT-Z application), writing off tax arrears (UZ-M application) or postponing the deadline for payment of tax liabilities (TER-Z application). In your application, you must describe your situation and justify the need for relief.

As the Ministry assured, the assessment of the validity of granting relief in the repayment of liabilities will be carried out separately in each case by the tax authority, taking into account the important interest of the taxpayer or the public interest. Such applications will be considered first.

“We would like to remind you that in the case of reliefs that constitute de minimis aid, the total value of aid for one beneficiary cannot exceed the equivalent of PLN 200,000. euro (over the last 3 years), and in the case of an entity running a business in the road transport of goods sector – PLN 100,000. euro,” the statement noted.

Applications can be submitted without leaving home via biznes.gov.pl or via an account at the e-Tax Office. Entrepreneurs can obtain the necessary information via the hotline, but also directly at the tax office, where they will be assisted by experts from the National Tax Administration. You can make an appointment at the Tax Office by phone or using the form available on the website kontakt.gov.pl in the tab: “arrange a visit to the tax office”.

Fire in the hall at Marywilska Street

On May 12, a shopping hall at Marywilska Street in Warsaw, with over 1,400 shops and service points, burned down. An investigation by the prosecutor's office is underway to clarify all aspects of what happened in this hall.

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Fire at Marywilska 44PAP/Leszek Szymański

Mirbud, the owner of Marywilska 44, announced that the hall will be rebuilt. He also informed that the assets of the Marywilska 44 company were insured.

In turn, the spokesman for the Warsaw-Praga District Prosecutor's Office, prosecutor Norbert Woliński, said that on Monday the prosecutor's office issued a decision on initiation of an investigation regarding the undetermined cause of an event threatening property on a large scale, which involved a fire in the building of the Marywilska 44 shopping center.

Main photo source: PAP/Leszek Szymański



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