Gov’t is preparing new amnesty for state indebted companies and citizens, sources say


The government is preparing a new amnesty for companies and individuals who have debts to the state, with payment deadlines before June 30, 2017.

They will be exempt from penalties and half of the accumulated interest, provided they pay the debt by September 30, and the 50% interest that remains to be paid will be paid until the end of the year, a paper analyzed by shows.

The Boc Government in 2011 and the Ponta Government in 2015 introduced similar facilities. The arguments are “to stimulate the taxpayers’ voluntary compliance with the tax obligations and to maximize the budget revenues, to stimulate the economic environment and, respectively, to reduce the budgetary arrears.”

Once the facility endorsed, companies and individuals who want to benefit have to submit a request to ANAF by the end of the year.


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