Important news for dog owners. How much will the tax increase in 2023

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Will local governments take advantage of the possibility of raising tax rates?

 Important news for owners of ps & oacute; w. If the tax increases in 2023

As we have already seen, inflationary turmoil still hits the pockets of most citizens of the Republic of Poland Poland. It is not surprising that in the face of rising government inflation, all fees, taxes and interest rates on loans are being pushed upwards.

Higher fees in 2023? Will municipalities take advantage of the option despite not being obliged to do so?

This makes the daily existence of many inhabitants of Poland much more difficult. Now the media has circulated the information that next 2023 the tax that dog owners should pay will also increase. So, how much will the dog tax be next year?

As reported by o2, Resort Finans & oacute; w decided to raise the maximum local tax rates, and taxes will also be higher by 11.8%. It follows that you will have to pay much more for an apartment, for example, and the tax for owning a dog will also increase.

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An interesting fact is that the regulation on increasing fees by 11.8% is based on voluntary local governments according to the guidelines. This means that local governments will have the right, but not the obligation, to introduce tax increases. In other words, it is the commune that is to decide on the final tax amount.

Unfortunately, we must expect that local government officials will not miss the opportunity to replenish the financial resources of the local government. Let us remind you that in 2022 we paid a maximum of PLN 135 tax fees for a dog. Next year, you will have to pay PLN 150.93 if local governments raise the rate. This will mean nearly PLN 16 more.

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