On 1 October 2015 new Regulation of the Minister of Finance dated 11 September 2015 on the template form of cash payment and credit transfer to the account of the customs authority (Journal of Laws of 2015, item 1411) enters into force. The Regulation introduces a new template form of cash payment and credit transfer to the account of the customs authority (the “Form”) and partially changes the manner of filling in the Form due to the centralisation of the financial and accounting services for the customs authorities.
Therefore, should you need to make a payment (except for payments on account of fuel fees) to the Customs Chamber in the form of:
- paper-based instruction - you should use the new Form,
- instruction in the Internet banking or in BRESOK system - you should use the tax transfer form.
The aforesaid payments to the Customs Chamber should be made using new types of forms or payments marked with the following symbols:
Be informed that in accordance with the Regulation, it is obligatory to fill in the box “Identification of obligation” for the above-mentioned symbols or payments.
Since the manner of filling in the Form has changed, you are requested to complete the boxes in line with the explanations put forward in the aforesaid Regulation of the Ministry of Finance. We kindly request that you exercise extreme care when writing down numbers and verify the filled in boxes of the Form, in particular the obligatory box “Identification of obligation”. The Bank is not liable for incorrectly filled in forms.
The template form of cash payment and credit transfer to the account of the customs authority will not change compared to the currently applicable form and will still be the same in terms of graphics and layout of boxes as the template form of cash payment and credit transfer to the account of the tax authority. In terms of graphics, the only difference between these two forms is the word printed in the background of the form, which is “TAXES” on the tax form and “CUSTOMS” on the customs form. It is possible to make a credit transfer to the account of the customs authority using the applicable “TAXES” form, provided that the form is correctly filled in.
Change concerning obligations in respect of fuel fee
Furthermore, please note that the fuel fee symbol “OPPALIW” will no longer be used in the case of payments to the customs authority as of 1 October 2015. In accordance with information published on: http://www.mf.gov.pl/ministerstwo-finansow/wiadomosci/komunikaty/-/asset_publisher/6Wwm/content/od-1-pazdziernika-zmiana-sposobu-stosowania-formularza-przelewu-celnego?redirect=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mf.gov.pl%2Fministerstwo-finansow%3Fp_p_id%3D101_INSTANCE_dNH3%26p_p_lifecycle%3D0%26p_p_state%3Dnormal%26p_p_mode%3Dview%26p_p_col_id%3D_118_INSTANCE_9Jwz__column-2%26p_p_col_count%3D1#p_p_id_101_INSTANCE_6Wwm_ “starting from 1 October 2015, the form of cash payment and credit transfer to the account of the customs authority will no longer be used to pay obligations in respect of fuel fee which should be paid by a regular transfer. The obligations in respect of fuel fee should be paid to a dedicated central bank account no. 09101012700008241391300000 held by the Customs Chamber in Kraków.”