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  • Robotization tax relief

    The robotization tax relief is available to businesses of all sizes but is dedicated to those using robots in their daily operations, or looking to invest in them in the near future. Importantly, the robotization tax credit applies to the purchase of brand-new robots, but it also covers other elements such as employee training.

    The robotization tax credit allows taxpayers to deduct from the tax base an amount equal to 50% of deductible expenses (depreciation) incurred in the tax year for robotization, up to the amount of the taxpayer’s general business income. Only those expenses that have not been reimbursed to the entrepreneur in any form or deducted from the tax base are deductible, so it does not apply to zone income when the company benefits from the SEZ or the Polish Investment Zone.

    What costs are included in the relief:

    • The cost of acquiring brand new industrial robots,
    • Costs of machinery and peripheral equipment for industrial robots functionally related to industrial robots,
    • Costs of acquiring intangible assets necessary for the proper commissioning and acceptance for use of industrial robots,

    Costs of acquiring training services for industrial robots.

    Who is it for?
    • Do you run a manufacturing business and intend to acquire the industrial robots necessary to run your production?
    • Are you planning to replace the industrial robots you currently use?
    • Are you planning to open a manufacturing business?
    • Are you planning to expand your production and new industrial robots are necessary for this?
    Our support scope:
    • Analysis of the right to take advantage of the robotization tax relief.
    • Support in the implementation of internal documentation.
    • Preparation of cost calculations for deduction.
    • Preparation of a request for tax ruling.

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