The Tax Office is checking Poles’ accounts. This is what officials will find out

As of July 1, 2022, the Tax Office has new powers. The head of the tax office may also request the bank to provide banking information for a person who does not have the status of a suspect. In one of the provisions of the Polish order, the word “suspect” was replaced by the term “natural person”.

The Tax Office is checking the accounts of Poles.

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From July 1, 2022 to March 31, 2024, the heads of tax and customs offices and tax offices of financial institutions More than 3.5 thousand – requests to cancel banking secrecy and disclose information about settlement accounts – reported by adrescza.biz.

The tax office can analyze our recurring transfers and transactions. For example, to visit the doctor and then to the pharmacy. Thanks to this, he can easily determine information, for example, about mental illness or any other chronic illness of the account holder. He can also check who owns the account to which we transfer money,” we read on the industry website.

The Ministry of Finance, in response to questions from Wyborcza.biz, stated that in the “Ministry of Finance does notLegislative work is underway to change this provision. Art. 48 of the KAS Code”

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