Rozlicz PIT w Gdańsku



FILE YOUR TAX STATEMENT IN GDAŃSK
AND WIN PRIZES!

STEP 1

First write a Gdańsk place of residence in your PIT tax form
and file it at the appropriate Gdańsk tax office.

You can file your PIT by sending it by post,
submitting it to the tax office yourself or file it online.
Every way you file your PIT with Gdańsk stated as your place of residence
entitles you take part in the lottery.

STEP 2

Fill in the form so you can take part in the lottery.
The form is active until 5 May.
In the form provide your first and last name, your PESEL (Polish Resident Identification) number, e-mail address and telephone number and confirm that you filed your 2018 PIT statement at a Gdańsk tax office. Everyone who is filing their PIT statement in Gdańsk for the first time should also mark this down in the form. Upon filling in the form each lottery participant gets their own personal registration code.

In the form provide your first and last name,
your PESEL (Polish Resident Identification) number,
e-mail address and telephone number and confirm that you filed
your 2018 PIT statement at a Gdańsk tax office.
Everyone who is filing their PIT statement in Gdańsk for the first time
should also mark this down in the form. Upon filling in the form each lottery
participant gets their own personal registration code.

WHAT CAN YOU WIN?

The main prize

TOYOTA YARIS HYBRID PREMIUM

x 15

BICYCLE KROSS
MODEL TRANS 8.0

x 10

ELECTRIC SCOOTERS XIAOMI
MIJIA 365

MEET US!
WE'LL HELP YOU TO FILL
THE LOTTERY FORM!

DATE GDANSK CITY HALL ADDRESS
FROM 1st March 2019 Residents’ service room, Box 10

Monday 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
Tuesday 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
Wednesday 8.00 am – 5.00 pm
Thursday 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
Friday 8.00 am - 3.00 pm
NOWE OGRODY 8/12

Questions and Answers

Anyone who lives in the city of Gdańsk and has filed their 2018 PIT tax statement at one of Gdańsk’s tax offices, which has jurisdiction over their place of residence, i.e. anyone who has stated Gdańsk as their place of residence in their PIT tax statement, is eligible to take part in the lottery.

Yes. The lottery is for all taxpayers who file their 2018 PIT tax statements in Gdańsk and write a Gdańsk address of residence in the statement, both for those who have been filing their tax statements in Gdańsk for years and those filing them in Gdańsk for the first time.

By definition, this is the centre of a person’s interests, both personal and economic. The centre of an individual’s personal interests means the place of their family and social ties, social and civic activity, political activity in community organisations etc.. The centre of a person’s economic interests refers to their gainful activity: work, economic activity, sources of income, investments, property etc. The taxpayer must decide themselves where their centre of interests (place of residence) is.

Any physical person of age who has full legal capacity, who lives in the city of Gdańsk and who has filed their 2018 PIT tax statement at one of Gdańsk’s tax offices, which has jurisdiction over their place of residence, i.e. who has stated Gdańsk as their place of residence in their PIT tax statement, is eligible to take part in the lottery.

The employees of the lottery organiser and the Gdańsk City Hall, directors of Gdańsk Municipality agencies, their deputies and executives of municipal legal entities cannot take part in the lottery. This ban also applies to their family members; “family members” means: spouses, descendants, ascendants, adopted persons, stepsons, stepdaughters, sons-in- law, daughters-in- law, siblings, stepfathers, stepmothers, fathers-in- law and mothers-in- law. An employee, as construed in the regulations is a person employed under an employment contract.

No, Kowale is outside Gdańsk. Only those who have stated Gdańsk as their place of residence in their PIT tax statement are eligible to take part in the lottery.

On the condition that a Gdańsk place of residence (address) and the appropriate Gdańsk tax office is written in the tax statement.

Of course, if they had filed their PIT tax statement in Gdańsk before. However, if their change of residence to Gdańsk had been entered into the system in 2018, their 2018 PIT tax statement should be submitted to the tax office which had jurisdiction over their place of residence (as recorded into the system) in 2018, i.e. outside Gdańsk. Then that person is ineligible to take part in the lottery.

Yes. You need to state Gdańsk as your place of residence in your PIT tax statement.

No. The PIT, its first page to be exact, is necessary to provide only upon winning a prize (per point 12(3) of the lottery regulations).

Even in the event of a joint settlement of a PIT tax statement with a spouse, each of them is a taxpayer who can apply to the lottery on the condition that he/she states Gdańsk as their place of residence in the PIT tax statement.

Yes. You should resubmit your PIT statement at one of Gdańsk’s tax offices which has jurisdiction over their place of residence as if you were settling your personal income tax by yourself. Moreover, you should add a short note to your PIT statement: "Z uwagi na to, że pracodawca złożył w moim imieniu deklarację podatkową PIT w poprzednio właściwym Urzędzie Skarbowym - składam ponownie deklarację podatkową, jako korektę, z aktualnym miejscem zamieszkania w Gdańsku" (“Because my employer filed my PIT statement at the tax office which had jurisdiction over my former place of residence, I would like to resubmit my tax statement with my current place of residence in Gdańsk as a correction”).

The prize cannot be exchanged for a cash equivalent or any other prize in kind.

Of course. There are no constraints.

In any way provided for in the tax law, i.e. filing it online, submitting it to the tax office which has jurisdiction over your place of residence yourself, send it by post or another possible way. The important thing is to write a Gdańsk address of residence in the tax statement and send it to the appropriate tax office in Gdańsk.

Of course. They can also take part in the lottery if they settle their tax themselves, e.g. because of an extra source of income or any tax deductions.

There is no need to do so. Tax offices do this automatically.