Huge raises in 2023. They will affect, among others, dog owners and property owners. Who else
Dog owners and real estate owners need to prepare for strong increases.
As the “O2” portal reminds, the Ministry of Finance is responsible for setting the maximum tax rates that Poles pay in connection with their property, dog, means of transport, as well as market fees. Ultimately, however, it is local government officials who decide how much we will pay for the indicated items. Unfortunately, we have to prepare for the fact that, like everything else, these fees will go up.
The announcement of the Minister of Finance regarding the maximum rates of taxes and local fees for 2023 is available from August 1 this year. In accordance with the applicable regulations, these rates are increased by the indexation index for the first six months of the year in which they are set.
Unfortunately, in 2022, the said index is quite high and reaches 11.8%. For entrepreneurs and Poles, this unfortunately means that they will have to take into account significant increases.
From the information provided by “Express Ilustrowany” ” shows that the maximum tax rate for property owners will increase by PLN 0.11 for each 1 square meter of space. Owners of real estate intended for business activity will pay even more. In their case, it is PLN 3.04 for each 1 square meter.
Such increases mean that the maximum real estate tax rate will be PLN 1 per square meter in the case of residential premises and PLN 28.78 per 1 square meter in the case of premises intended for business activity.
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The owners of quadrupeds strongly felt the raging prices. The prices of feed and veterinary services have gone up. Unfortunately, 2023 may bring them another unpleasant surprise – an increase in the dog tax.
Its maximum rate is to increase next year from the current PLN 135 to PLN 150.91. It is worth remembering, however, that the final decision to raise the rates belongs to individual municipalities.
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