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Gov’t proposes prison for employers who don’t pay social contributions

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Employers who don’t pay social contributions in due time risk going to jail and staying behind bars from one to six years, reads a government emergency ordinance draft released by the Ministry of Finances. “Non-payment of taxes and contributions in ...

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Employers have one month to negotiate new labour contracts for the transfer of contributions


Employers are required to negotiate with their employees, during November 20-December 20, the new employment contracts for the transfer of social security and health contributions from the employer to the employee, according to the Government Emergency Ordinance. Negotiations will take ...

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157,798 employers have debts of RON 15.99bn to the account of mandatory social contributions


Of the total of 583,170 employers, 157,798 have debts of RON 15.99 billion (approx. EUR 3.44 billion) to the account of mandatory social contributions for pensions, health and unemployment, according to fiscal statements, tax decisions and to additional calculation decisions ...

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Update: Economic and Social Council, SMEs employers, Fiscal Council – negative opinions on the tax reform


The Economic and Social Council (CES), which includes trade unions, employers’ associations and civil society representatives, has given a negative opinion on the amendments proposed by the Government regarding the Tax Code. The vote was overwhelmingly negative, one of the ...

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Update: PM Tudose says wages will not decrease after the transfer of contributions to employees. FIC disagrees, says wages will be affected

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Prime Minister Mihai Tudose and Finance Minister Ionut Misa told a meeting on Tuesday of the Tripartite National Council for Social Dialogue that the transfer of payment of the social security contributions from employers to employees in 2018 will not ...

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UniCredit report: BNR could allow gradual depreciation of RON to 4.70 units per EUR in Q1 2018


The economic growth above 5% anticipated for 2017 is hiding increasing fiscal imbalances, a quarterly report issued on Friday by UniCredit Bank informs. “Ad-hoc decisions, tax increases and public investment cuts could keep the budget deficit below 3% of the ...

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Employers spent 10 pc more per employee monthly on average in 2016

labour costs

The average monthly labour costs amounted to RON 3,493/employee in 2016, increasing by 9.5 percent as against the previous year, National Institute of Statistics (INS) informs. The average monthly gross earnings by total economy in 2016 (RON 2,809) was by ...

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