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September 21, 2019
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Payments to ANAF can be made through ghiseul.ro starting Wednesday

The National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) was enrolled, starting Wednesday on the ghiseul.ro platform, so that payments to the Fiscal Agency could be done online, the Ministry of Communications and Information Society (MCSI) announced on Wednesday.

“Starting today (Wednesday- e.n.) another measure for simplifying the bureaucracy comes in order to support the citizens. The ANAF was enrolled on the ghiseul.ro platform and taxes can be paid online,” the release of the MCSI announces.

Therefore, by enrolling the ANAF on the ghiseul.ro platform, individuals tax payers can pay online fees and taxes that they owe to the ANAF, such as: salary tax or tax for property use, dividend tax, interest tax, awards tax, tax from capitalizing intellectual property rights or from agricultural activities.

“Moreover, contributions for the state’s social insurance owed by insurers and employers, as well as judicial fines can also be paid online,” the release points out.

 

PM Ciolos: Paying taxes available online; no more time and stress at pay offices

 

Payment of taxes can be made online, starting with Wednesday, announced Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos, specifying that in the digital era, people mustn’t waste their time and nerves at pay offices.

“After many years of insufficient steps in the direction of simplifying the relation between citizen and state, starting with today, payment of taxes can be carried out online, through ghiseul.ro. In the digital era people mustn’t waste time and energy at pay offices. This was the purpose of the debureaucratization and digitalization measures we have thought out this year,” wrote Prime Minister Ciolos, on Wednesday evening, on his Facebook account.

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