Expenses on an interrupted project can be deducted from revenues

Expenses on an interrupted project can be deducted from revenues


The situation of the coronavirus epidemic may disrupt plans related to the company's development. However, the latest interpretation of the tax authorities clearly confirms that expenses related to a planned listing on the stock market are costs indirectly related to revenues, even in a situation where the implementation of these plans is suspended. Therefore, they can be deducted from revenues.

An article by Agnieszka Rzeszut devoted to this subject was published in today's edition of Prawo.pl:

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