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ANAF starts operations to tax weddings, fines up to RON 5,000 for failing to submit fiscal statements

The National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) has started the operations to tax the weddings, and the first documents in this regard were sent to some newlyweds in Arges County. ANAF thus requests them to submit a statement on the ...

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EU social policies in Romania need upgrade in step with new technologies, WB says

Labor, taxation and social welfare policies in the European Union must be upgraded to protect vulnerable workers and tackle rising inequality brought about by rapidly changing labor markets and new technologies, says a new World Bank report, Towards a New ...

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‘Offshore law’ adopted, 50pc of the production traded on the Romanian market, progressive taxation sealed. Oil companies – reluctant

The Chamber of Deputies adopted on Monday, as the decision-making body, the draft bill establishing measures for the exploitation of Black Sea energy resources, with 175 votes in favour, 30 against and 30 abstentions. The bill sets out measures necessary ...

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Update: Gov’t adopts GEO to adjust the earnings of some state employees. JusMin says it could be unconstitutional

The Government has adopted on Thursday the emergency ordinance regarding the situation of IT workers and part-time workers, whose incomes are lower than the social contributions they have to pay, after the shifting from employer to employee. The document has ...

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Labour minister heralds extended taxation process

Romanians could deduct their expenses in the near future, as the Social Democrat Party ruling pledges huge taxation campaign through the household tax. Moreover, Labour minister says that in this way there will be more money for the pay rises ...

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Progressive taxation as of January 1, 2018?

Labour Minister Lia Olguţa Vasilescu has announced on Thursday to Realitatea TV that as of January 1 the government will turn to progressive taxation, with two levels of 0 and 10%. On the other hand, the tax burden on labour ...

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