Start a business

You can find a list of Radom supporting institutions that are already operating and are just starting out under this link (click) . Starting a business in Poland, depending on its type, is regulated by: - Act of 15 September 2000 Code of Commercial Companies - The Act of April 23, 1964, the Civil Code - The Act of July 2, 2004 on freedom of economic activity (hereinafter referred to as u.o.d.g.).
Forms of doing business
FORM OF ACTIVITY

Limited liability company

Joint-stock company

Limited partnership

Limited partnership

Agreement in the form of a notarial deed in the form of a notarial deed in the form of a notarial deed in the form of a notarial deed
Share capital  minimum PLN 5,000 minimum PLN 100,000 no requirements for a minimum contribution minimum PLN 50,000
Share value minimum 50 PLN minimum 1 penny minimum 1 penny minimum 1 penny
Contribution monetary and non-monetary monetary and non-monetary financial, non-monetary, work monetary and non-monetary
Board of directors optionally, obligatory when the capital exceeds PLN 500,000 and 25 partners mandatory lack optionally, obligatory when the number of shareholders exceeds 25 people
Company authorities Shareholders' meeting General Meeting  partner, limited partner if appointed as a proxy  partner, shareholder if appointed as a proxy
Representation Management Management Management
Taxation   CIT, VAT, PCC, property tax CIT, VAT, PCC, property tax no double taxation - the company's income and tax deductible expenses are only declared by its partners, but the company must pay other VAT, PCC, and property taxes no double taxation - the company's income and tax deductible expenses are only declared by its partners (with the shareholder only when the dividend is paid), but the company must pay other VAT, PCC, property taxes
Bookkeeping accounting books accounting books accounting books accounting books