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Tax disputes

According to published data, the number of tax and customs inspections is decreasing year by year. This trend, however, does not mean that the activities of tax authorities are less effective. On the contrary, officials - equipped with more and more tools - can accurately select the entities to be audited and often know what they are looking for when they knock on a taxpayer's door. Therefore, proper preparation and approach to an audit are crucial from the very first day.

Joanna Karczewska


Joanna Karczewska


Areas of advice

We assist our clients in the course of inspections, tax proceedings, and court proceedings. As part of our advisory services:

we represent clients at every stage of audit and tax proceedings;

we provide support in the process of preparation of overpayment claims as well as claims for relief from tax liabilities;

we develop a strategy for possible actions and assess the chances of a positive outcome;

we analyse the documentation gathered by the client and advise on its possible supplementation;

we prepare explanations, objections, appeals, complaints, and other pleadings;

we actively participate in the activities undertaken by the tax authorities (e.g. hearing witnesses, inspection);

we keep abreast of the latest jurisprudence and submit letters with additional arguments supporting the client's position;

we represent clients before administrative courts, including the Supreme Administrative Court.