The MultiSport Programme may be financed from a variety of different sources. Employer’s and employees’ needs as well as the available budget will determine the best suitable method of payment for the programme. Available solutions include the following:
The MultiLife Program can be funded from a variety of sources. The method of funding depends on the employer’s and employees’ needs, and the available budget. The available solutions include:
MultiLife Active&Relax is a variant of the program which may be funded entirely from the Company Social Benefits Fund (ZFŚS).
MyBenefit Active enables the Employer to combine the Cafeteria services for the Employee with the gamification and activity results on the platform.
If the BenefitLunch Programme is funded from current assets, the employer can make use of the so-called National Insurance exemption. In the light of Article 2(1(11)) of the Contributions Regulation (Journal of Laws of 1998 no. 161 item 1106), the contribution-assessment will exclude the cost of employer-funded meals provided to employees for consumption – up to the value of PLN 190 per month per employee.
NOTE: the employer may benefit from the National Insurance exemption only if it has enabled its employees to purchase prepared meals.
Thanks to the National Insurance exemption, employer can save up to PLN 230,000 per year for 500 employees.
MultiBilet products may be financed from the Company Social Benefits Fund or from the company’s current assets. It is up to the employer to choose the source of funding for MultiBilet products.
New Client – a proforma invoice is sent to your e-mail address. Once payment has been credited to our account, the order together with the original invoice are sent to the Client by courier service or, in the case of electronic tickets, in an encrypted Excel file.
Benefit Systems Client – the order together with the invoice are sent to the Client by courier service or, in the case of electronic tickets, in an encrypted Excel file. The Client pays the fee to Benefit Systems within 14 days of the date of issue of the VAT invoice.