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March 4, 2021

Romanians abroad could pay taxes online from July

Romanians from abroad will be able to pay their local taxes online starting with July, using bank cards issued in their countries of residence, Minister of Communications and for Information Society Marius Bostan told conference dedicated to five years of the online payment system Ghiseul.ro on Monday.
The Communications minister also announced that by July the institutions that receive payments through the Ghiseul.ro platform will pay a fee of one percent, instead of the current two percent.
‘The system of norms on banking fees paid by the institutions that get payments is under approval, and in no less than a month we shall settle the fees to maximum 1pct. (…) A new facility that will have a huge impact is that in one month time, Romanians abroad will also be able to pay their local taxes with cards issued by the banks of the countries where they work,’ Bostan explained.
He said it was inexplicable why, although any cafeteria has a POS in Romania, this system wasn’t introduced at the National Tax Administration Agency by the previous governments.
During the said conference, the minister added that any citizen will be able to watch a public procurement procedure in real time, through a new transparent system that is to be launched at the latest in July.

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