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The Republic of Poland is the European Union's 6th economic powerhouse. By choosing to settle here, you will enjoy a lower cost of living than in many other European countries. However, salaries also tend to be lower, unless you are an entrepreneur.

By living in Poland, expats will also discover a warm population, a great historical heritage dating back to the first millennium and an incomparable cuisine.

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All residents in Poland, including expatriates, are required to pay income tax, as well as other types of taxes such as value added tax (VAT), etc.

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As the Pole capital city, Warsaw provides quality living to its inhabitants along with a range of housing options for expats at affordable prices.

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What do I write about? I like to write about whats popular now and whats been hidden within the cracks for decades. My passions are the hidden spots, the eclectic street art, the quaint bookshops, the best food spots, the vibrant bars, the hip clubs, the adrenaline-based activities, the cultural events and last but not least, the locals and their culture. I also write about well-known touristic places (they are touristic for a reason: many of them are great, lets not be hypocritical). Finally, I write about some pretty damn boring stuff as well. There are loads of things you need to figure out as soon as you move to a new country: different legislations, bank accounts, insurances, registrations to this and that office, driving rules, etc. Since I have to figure out things for myself, I thought I might as well do the extra step and write it down on this blog. So yeah, I write about this too.

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