As of February 2022, VAT rates on motor fuels are to be reduced from 23 to 8 percent.
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The government will announce the details of the Anti-Inflation Shield 2.0 today. One of its elements is to be a reduction in the VAT rate on motor fuels from 23 to 8 percent. The VAT reduction on fuels is to apply from February 1 for six months, and its possible extension will depend on inflation trends. From January 1, 2022, the excise duty rates on fuels also changed
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As a government spokesman explained Piotr Mülleras a result, from February 1, we can expect a reduction in gasoline prices at gas stations by approx. 70 grand the gas may fall by approx. 40 gr. This reduction is to be maintained for six months.
Fuel price reductions at stations
– The beginning of January consolidates lower fuel prices at stations. Some of them did not change compared to the end of the year, and some of them did not decline deeper. The average fuel prices are as follows: 95 lead-free petrol – 5.73 PLN / l (-1 gr / l), lead-free 98 – PLN 6.00 / l (-2 gr / l), for diesel – 5.75 PLN / l (-1 gr / l) and autogas – 3.16 PLN / l (-3 gr / l) – comments BM Reflex analysts. – The announcement of lowering the VAT rate on fuels is an opportunity for lower fuel prices at the stations 23 percent on 8 percentwhich will automatically translate into a reduction in fuel prices at stations. At the current level of wholesale prices, retail prices of gasoline and diesel oil could drop by approx. 70 gr per liter.
On January 1, 2022, the excise duty rates on fuels changed.
- the excise duty on gasoline is PLN 1,413 per 1,000 liters;
- diesel oils and biocomponents constituting self-contained fuels – PLN 1104 per 1000 liters;
- for liquefied gases to drive internal combustion engines – PLN 387.00 per 1000 kg.
The reduced rates will be in effect until May 31, 2022.
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Additionally, from January 1 to May 31, 2022, retail sales of motor gasolines, diesel oils, biocomponents constituting intrinsic fuels, gases intended for driving internal combustion engines will not be subject to tax on retail sales.