Wojciech Dmoch has been a tax adviser since 1997 (license no. 00007). He is a tax law specialist with more than 20 years of professional experience in all aspects of tax advisory, including drafting of tax opinions, tax structuring of mergers and acquisitions, preparing applications for the binding tax rulings, due diligence and representing clients before tax authorities during the tax proceedings and before the administrative courts.

    Wojciech is the author of 41 publications on tax law, including the Commentary to the Polish Corporate Income Tax Act, published annually by C.H. Beck, and Deductibility of Direct and Indirect Costs in Corporate Income Tax, published in 2018 by Wolters Kluwer.

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    • Drafting tax opinions, primarily in the area of income tax, property tax and tax on civil law transactions.
    • Examining the fiscal standing of a company (due diligence).
    • Providing tax services for acquisitions, mergers and transformations of companies.
    • Drafting requests for individual tax rulings.
    • Representing clients in tax proceedings and tax controls, including drafting clarifications and requests for evidence, reservations and explanations to the minutes, and appeals against decisions of tax authorities.
    • Representing clients in proceedings before administrative courts, including drafting appeals to the Voivodship Administrative Courts against decisions of tax authorities and individual tax rulings; and drafting cessation appeals to the Supreme Administrative Court against decisions of the Voivodship Administrative Courts.
    • Conducting training in tax law.

    Education

    • University of Warsaw, Ph.D., Tax, 1994

    Admissions

    • Poland

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • National Chamber of Tax Advisers

    Languages

    • Polish
    • English
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