Tax authorities will share data

The tax authorities of EU countries will transmit information about taxpayers more quickly. They will conduct multilateral controls in companies with greater ease, too.

Polish tax authorities will be obliged to a faster transmission of information to the tax authorities of other countries and also will get the information faster alone as well.

This means that it will be difficult for the Polish taxpayers to hide their income abroad, especially because the information of interest and deposits are transferred from the offices directly.

Changes, according to the directive 2011/16/UE foresee that the initiation and carrying out of simultaneous controls will be enough to make the arrangements and the decision to proceed with a particular control. In practice this will enable the simultaneous inspection in the various countries of the companies belonging to the same group, for example transfer pricing.