Frequently Asked Questions
It is a cooperative program. With it you can start a business on behalf of the Foundation, saving above all, time and operational costs. You work completely legally, you can conclude contracts with your clients, send them invoices and much more.
You act on behalf of the Foundation, but all responsibility for your action will be yours. However we trust our beneficiaries and help you to sign the contract (all contracts are checked by our lawyers). Remember also to always send us all the accounting documents on time. It is very important to report all changes of working conditions in accordance with Polish law.
The monthly subscription fee is only 300 PLN net per month.
First, you will work more efficiently. We take care of all the accounting and HR paperwork for your subscription. We always look for the best solution for your form of business, so your tax can be as low as 8.5%. The months subscription includes 2.5 hours per month of attorney time and other benefits. So you can save even more.
Yes, you invoice will be with our details, but also on each invoice there is an option to place the name and details of your project. Legal address is also provided as part of the monthly subscription. You can be sure that the mail addressed to you, will be delivered exactly in time.
The contract is concluded for an indefinite term with one month's notice.
Yes, we have no citizenship restrictions. However, we work in accordance with the Polish law, so if you need documents, e.g. work permit, you cannot start working until you get these documents.
You could to contact the foundation's coordinator. There are many professions that qualify for the JumpUp Business Park program.For example include there are artists, programmers, IT professionals, architects, teachers, coaches, and many others.
First of all, we sign a cooperation agreement. Then, depending on the form of your business, we sign an assignment agreement or an agreement to do specific work.
You are exempt from paying the ZUS contributions, including the health insurance contribution, when you create intellectual property or when you perform work based on certain types of contracts. This also applies if you are a student and under the age of 26. In other cases, contributions are paid in accordance with the law. If you do not have ZUS income, the health insurance does not apply.
Yes, we have no restrictions. In addition, if you work elsewhere, you will save on your social insurance (ZUS) contributions.
Yes, of course. You can access it via the mobile app or the bank's website. You can also order a debit card for your sub-account.
All sub-account and card fees are calculated in accordance with the bank's rules. You can find all the information directly on the bank's website.
If you have a client and need to sign a contract, you first need to accept the contract in our legal department. Only after the legal department approves you can sign it. After signing the contract, you will be invoiced for payment. You will then receive the remuneration into your sub-account. Please note that the tax amount will be deducted from your remuneration.
Yes, but only if the activity you carry out is exempt from VAT.
Individual approach to clients. Each structure is assigned a coordinator. In addition, we organize meetings and trainings. You can also apply to find an investor or get funding. If the business you are doing attracts investors or you manage to get funding, you can definitely move to a higher level of business or even help people in need with your project.
During the first free consultation, our consultant will answer your question and suggest a course of action for obtaining a residence card.
We help with type A and type B permits. We also help with semi-annual work permits.
Yes, you will be able to get a residence card as part of the cooperation. You can submit the documents by yourself or with the help of our consultants.
Yes, you can come during our office hours from Monday to Friday.
No, it is forbidden to work on a tourist visa.
Yes, of course. You can get a card on your own or with the help of our specialists.
Yes, of course. Our specialists are ready to help you every step of the way. Sign up for a free consultation and we will help you.
We prescribe all the details of the upcoming work in the Contracts with each client, it guarantees the absence of misunderstandings in the future. Payments for work performed are made only on the basis of contracts.
When you change employers, you can submit a new application for temporary residence and work permit.
National visa type D. It gives the right to stay in Poland 365 days per year.
Private universities: beginning of April - end of August (subject to availability). But it is recommended to pay attention to the fact that each educational institution has its own admission deadlines, which are divided into: the registration process and the application process. Public institutions: early May to mid-July. For English-language programs, the admissions process may be extended until early/mid-May.
The price of the course will vary depending on the chosen language. As a rule, education in English is 1.5 times more expensive than in Polish.
Most universities do not require international students to take an exam if they apply on a fee-paying basis. Some universities require creative examinations for admission to creative professions.
Yes, of course it is. Polish universities are moving with the times and many are already switching to three days of full-time study during the week. Part-time studies often take place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays every two weeks.
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