The introductory act of the so-called Zero Fee for Persons Under 26 returns to the Parliamentary Committee.
As we have already written, during the recent senate session, Jan Rulewski and Leszek Czarnobaj presented an amendment, inter alia, extending the release period to the age of 30, but excludes people who are trained in the social sciences.
Jan Rulewski on Facebook: "I propose an economic change." Yes, the zero rate, as above, but for working graduates and students up to 30 years of mathematics and physics as defined by the OECD nomenclature, except for social sciences, is an incentive for vocational education, what our young people, together with their parents, love and avoid. This is an expression of fairness because the IPR decision favors such professions as IT, medicine, biotechnology for only two years after graduation, while their salaries are low. Take advantage of preferences for 6 years, even illiterate young people (original spelling).
We also recommend: PIT 0 for young people. "I hire people under the age of 26. Other people are not interested in me"
These are the Senators' amendments to the Personal Income Tax Act, the Family Benefits Act, and the Public Health Funding Act:
In Art. 1-5, when "148 is mentioned", the words "and point 149" are inserted after it.
In Art. 1 point 2 (a) is amended and the words 'i 149' are added after the words 'point 148' and after the words 'the sum of PLN 85 528' the item is changed to a comma and item 149 , which reads as follows:
149) income from an employment relationship, employment relationship, work at home, employment relationship and commission contracts referred to in Art. 13, item 8, received by the taxpayer up to the age of 30, amounting to PLN 85 528 not exceeding the fiscal year – a graduate student or higher education determined by the academic disciplines designated by the Minister of Higher Education and Science .
In Art. 1 point 2 after ignition. (c) the following point is added: t d, which is replaced by the following: t
"D) the following paragraph is added: t 40, which reads as follows: t
Article 40. The Minister for Higher Education and Science shall, in agreement with the Minister responsible for public finance and the Minister of Labor and Social Policy, determine by regulation the list of scientific disciplines referred to in Art. 21, para. 1, paragraph 149, having regard to: