The funds of the Polish Physical Society consist of:
- revenues from membership
- fees and benefits of supporting members
- subsidies, donations, subsidies, inheritances and bequests (including 1% personal tax deductions)
- income from business activity
- income from statutory activity
- income from PTF assets
Polish Physical Society may conduct business activity according to general rules. Income from such activities is used to achieve the statutory goals:
- dissemination of physics and related sciences, raising the general level of physical knowledge in society and supporting the development of physics in Poland,
- developing ties between physicists employed in education, science and in various branches of the economy,
- representing the community of physicists in society, before state and local government bodies, as well as other public and private organizations in Poland and abroad.
The Polish Physical Society cannot:
- grant loans or secure liabilities with assets for PPS members, PPS employees and their relatives.
- transfer their property to PPS members, PPS employees or their relatives on terms other than in relation to third parties, in particular if the transfer is free of charge or on preferential terms
- use their assets for the benefit of PPS members, PPS employees and their relatives, on terms other than in relation to third parties, unless this use directly results from the statutory goals of PPS
- purchase goods or services from entities in which PPS members, PPS employees and their relatives participate on terms other than in relation to third parties or at prices higher than market prices