Saturday , May 15 2021

WHAT the manager signed a contract with trade unions on wage increases of PLN 655 gross from 2019.

Today, the contract was signed by Marian Banaś, Deputy Finance Minister and 10 trade union organizations.

"#KAS leader M.Banasčius signed an agreement with the Social Party, for example, joint measures are being taken to improve the working and service conditions of the KAS, which, among other things, provides for an increase in wages and salaries from 1 January 2019 per month of PLN 655 gross" – we read about WHAT'S TOGETHER

At the end of October, Minister for Finance Teresa Czerwińska said that the Ministry of Finance would like to address the Council of Ministers in order to adopt a program for the modernization of the National Tax Administration; estimated costs for 2020-2022. PLN 1,9 billion per year; In 2019, the program will be financed from own resources.

– We urge the Council of Ministers to approve the program for the modernization of the CES, we want the Council of Ministers to adopt a resolution on such modernization. Modernization will work in two dimensions – soft, investment is needed for people, we need to increase the salaries of our employees. (…) The second element of this program is a physical element, usually investing, purchasing and upgrading equipment, and equipment needed to carry out its tasks, said Czerwińska.

– Modernization program to be published in 2019-2012. For a year, we assume that we will spend PLN 660 million on wages. The total value in the period from 2020 to 2022 is 1.9 billion, and since we want to begin work already in 2019, we would like to start with our own resources, that is, from what we have. I want to make budget transfers in order to be able to invest already next year, "she added.

The tax administration was created as a result of the consolidation of the Customs, tax administration and fiscal control. It is a specialized government administration that performs tasks such as tax revenues, customs duties, fees and non-budget receivables.

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