Digitization activities close the VAT gap

In recent years, Poland has succeeded in reducing the VAT gap considerably. Among the many regulatory changes introduced, solutions using digital tools have played a key role. Progressive digitization, eg. introduction of electronic invoices.

In recent years, the activities of the Ministry of Finance have focused on tightening the VAT collection system, which is one of the pillars of the state’s budget revenue. The difference between the amount of expected VAT revenue and the amount of tax actually collected that goes to the budget is called the VAT gap. It includes losses resulting from tax evasion, tax evasion and administrative errors as well as losses related to fraud, resulting from the application of so-called VAT carousels.

Digitization of VAT payment processes

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