MDDP on Polish Taxes I New Deal - what is changing in terms of investment financing

Changes in the scope of corporate income tax, which entered into force on January 1, 2022, have an impact on the tax aspects of financing investments. At the beginning of 2022, new restrictions on limits on debt financing costs entered into force, which will require many business strategies based on debt financing to be re-reviewed, and in many situations, the continuation of implemented projects will become – in the context of the new regulations – out of date.

The Polish Deal has also introduced restrictions on the recognition of capital transaction expenses as costs and introduced new, previously non-existent fiscal burdens, such as the minimum tax or the tax on shifted income. What are the practical aspects of the introduced changes? How to deal with them?

Webinar on “MDDP on Polish Taxes” series will be held in English.


During the webinar, among others, the following points shall be discussed:

  1. Limit on debt financing costs 
  2. Limitations on recognizing capital transaction expenses as expense
  3. Minimum tax and financial costs



The “MDDP on Polish Taxes I New Deal – what is changing in terms of investment financing” webinar is a free online seminar addressed to MDDP clients and business partners. The number of places is limited. The organizer reserves the right to refuse to accept the application.

After confirming the acceptance of the application by e-mail, in the next e-mail you will receive an individual link to the website where the MDDP WEBINAR will be held.