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Tax management in an enterprise

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Every business sets goals for itself in the course of its operations. One of them is to maintain financial liquidity and strive for profit optimization. It is worth noting, however, that in achieving these goals, taxes play a decisive role. One of the problems that arise in managing an enterprise is a considerable tax burden that affects the company's financial problems. However, in the Polish tax law system, there are ways that give the entrepreneur the opportunity to choose the place of running a business, how to settle taxes, and the possibility of deciding on the legal form of economic activity. Each of these choices affects the size of tax burdens and the financial situation of a given enterprise.
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, 69 Dabrowskiego Str., 42-200 Czestochowa, Poland
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