The robotisation tax relief is a new type of a tax relief introduced as part of the “Polish Deal” reform package. It is intended to support the automation of manufacturing processes and contribute to the modernisation of Polish companies.
Entrepreneurs who take advantage of the tax relief will be able to deduct 50% of the robotisation costs from their tax base. Importantly, the tax relief will be in force only for five years – until 2026.
The tax relief is primarily addressed to manufacturing companies, automating their manufacturing process, regardless of the size of the company and the type of industry.
The robotisation tax relief allows for the deduction from the tax base of expenses incurred on:
- the purchase or lease of new robots and collaborative robots,
- the purchase of software,
- the purchase of accessories (e.g. tracks, turntables, controllers, motion sensors, end-effectors)
- the purchase of occupational health and safety (OHS) equipment,
- training for employees to operate the new equipment.