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Government decides to reorganize National Agency for Fiscal Administration

The Government decided on Wednesday to reorganize the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF), “in order to consolidate the organizational structure and optimize the activity of the institution,” informs a Government release for Agerpres.

One of the amendments refers to the organization and functioning of the Directorate General for administration of large taxpayers, which “will operate as a legal fiscal entity and will have its own budget, subordinated to the ANAF president, a measure recommended, among others, by the International Monetary Fund, in its August 2015 report.”

“By order of the ANAF president, the organization and operation of this directorate will be established and the director general to head this structure will be appointed,” the Government has announced.

The normative act also provides for the organization and operation within the ANAF apparatus of a special cases foreclosure directorate, and also territorial structures subordinated to tax authorities “with responsibilities in coordinating and monitoring foreclosure manners, including the sale of property seized as provided by law, and also the application of precautionary measures.”

Another measure targets the reorganization and consolidation of the tax verifications directorate, which manages the programme of voluntary compliance of high-income individuals.

The cited source also announces the supplementation by 1,000 positions of the total number of jobs allocated to the institution, a measure justified mainly by the increasing workload of foreclosures, a reason also for the setting up of the new special cases foreclosure directorate within the ANAF.

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