Date: 30 August 2023
The series of publications of the Institute of Finance, i.e. Tax Fun facts, has come to an end. We thank our readers!
The series ‘Tax Fun facts’ appeared in social media of the Institute of Finance over the holiday period. Its aim was to present in an original and colourful form unusual, important and necessary information related to tax issues. The series has featured a number of posts on a variety of topics in the area of taxation. Readers could also find out what gaming tax applies to, or learn facts about the taxes associated with buying a new car.
“In its educational work, the Institute of Finance aims to meet the needs of the public. We aim to communicate important financial market information, including taxation, in an accessible and interesting format. These were the objectives behind our series”, says Łukasz Chrobak, Director of the Institute of Finance.
The series was intended as an initiative designed to provide entertainment to the audience during the holiday season. However, this does not mean that it will disappear for good. The content published so far will remain available on the social media accounts of the Institute of Finance:
- When is a means of transport new?
- What does concentrate do in tax legislation?
- What is the place of tractors in vehicle tax?
- Where does the gaming tax apply?
- What is the place of grasslands in forestry tax?
- Tax for… life?