Accountants, auditors, tax advisors and lawyers in Poland

Audit of financial statements in Poland

Audit

We offer independent audits carried out in compliance with the Polish Accountancy Act and IAS/IFRS.
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HR and payroll in Poland

Accounting and HR

By entrusting their personnel and payroll administration and accounting needs to us our clients can free up their resources and focus on their core competencies.
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Taxes

Being business people ourselves, we look for ways to help our clients to pay taxes which are as low as possible given the framework of what is legally permissible.
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Law

We create precise and unambiguous legal solutions, always taking into account your interests, acting quickly and effectively.
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Polish market entry support

We believe that business people do not have the time to stand in queues, so our support for companies works on the ‘one-stop shop’ principle.
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How a Heads of Terms Agreement Can Lead to a Binding Contract
02.12.19 | It is a common misconception that where heads of terms are agreed upon, they do not give rise to a legally enforceable contract. There are numerous examples of where heads of terms may be agreed, but they are not intended by the parties to have legal effect. However, it would be incorrect to assume that this can never be the case. It all depends...