Registration of LLC in Poland (Sp. z o.o.)

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Peculiarities of registration of Sp. zoo (spółki z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością) in Poland

To register a company, the founders do not have to come to Poland themselves.
The registration of Sp. z o.o. in Poland can be done in two ways.
The simplest is electronic registration, when all founders have an ePUAP (state electronic signature) or its analogue (we can help in obtaining them without the founders physically coming to Poland).
An option more complicated, more expensive and in the future causing some inconvenience is the option of registration through notarisation of the transaction.

At the same time, notarisation allows a wider use of the possibility of legislation in terms of constituent documents.

The choice is yours alone, and we'll just tell you about the pros and cons of both options.

LLC registration, although it lends itself to some modelling, contains too many variables - so we can only say for sure that the cost of registration depends on the number of our services.
If you need support in obtaining PESEL, electronic signature, selection of a legal address, support in the bank, filing of mandatory declarations, information and other applications - the cost of our services directly depends on what we will do.
Call or email us and we will determine the exact amount and tell you about the time required for turnkey registration.
We provide services throughout Poland.

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Not a quick and rather labour-intensive process

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LLC in Poland
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Accounting support for companies registered in Poland

Liquidation of activities
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Step-by-step algorithm

How to register an LLC in Poland

Obtaining PESEL and ePUAP

It is necessary to obtain an identification number (PESEL) and an electronic signature (ePUAP) - either by travelling to Poland or remotely

Working through registration issues

We fill in questionnaires and checklists, explain to you the nuances of constituent documents, choose a legal address, determine the codes of types of activities and so on.

Document preparation

We prepare documents for registration in the S24 system

Signing of documents

You either with our help or by our instruction sign and send the documents

Awaiting judgement

It usually takes 3-4 days, it can be more or less - unfortunately I can't say exactly how long it will take.
For example, in Warsaw, registration usually takes about 7 days, in Bialystok, (also usually, but not necessarily!) 1-2 days.
At this stage we are waiting for the entry into the register, assignment of NIP and REGON

Account opening

Prepare a package of documents for opening a company account.
Unfortunately, nowadays opening an account for a foreign company in Poland is not the easiest thing to do.

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Filing of information, declarations, etc.

After the registration of Sp. zoo it is necessary to fulfil a number of formalities - to submit information to the tax office, to the register of beneficiaries, to pay tax and other actions (if necessary).


There are at every turn - depending on the types of activities, the composition of the founders, the board members, the legal address and so on.

Bottom line - how long does it take to register sp. zoo

From the time you hand us all the questionnaires and checklists to opening a company account - up to a week on average.
You can try to shorten the term, due to a number of things.
In our experience, the shortest time from submission of documents to account opening is 2 days.

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The founder can be any foreigner, except for those who are incapacitated, have committed an offence on the territory of Poland, etc.

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It should be remembered that in the case of a sole founder there is a need for mandatory payments to social insurance, which can be avoided by registering for two or more founders.

The minimum amount of the authorised capital is PLN 5,000.

Yes. It is possible to specify both the physical premises and the address of the virtual office as the legal address. Please note that specifying the address of the virtual office as the legal address will complicate the further obtaining of VAT, moreover, a number of activities require a physical address.  

Obligatory after registration are - payment and filing of civil transaction tax return PCC-3entering information into the Register of Beneficiaries CRBR, filing a declaration with the tax authorities - NIP-8