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Dragnea: GEO postponing the deadline for filing Fiscal Statement 600 until March will be issued on January 31

PSD Chairman Liviu Dragnea stated on Monday that the Government will approve on January 31 an emergency ordinance postponing the deadline for filing  Fiscal Statement 600 until 1st of March.

Dragnea said that the decision was taken in a meeting of the coalition with the appointed PM Viorica Dancila and with the Finance Minister Ionut Misa.

“Today, we had a meeting with the Prime Minister, with the ALDE colleagues, with Minister Misa, we discussed about the Form 600 and we established that a GEO postponing the deadline for filing it until 1st of March will be adopted, in order to eliminate it in the next period and to find a solution for a civilized manner in which these taxpayers will be insured” stated the PSD leader.

Liviu Dragnea also said that it will be explained, there will be talks with those who have to pay these contributions, so that a civilized solution will be identified.


Fiscal Statement 600. The ANAF website, temporarily blocked


The webpage of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (anaf.ro) couldn’t be accessed on Monday. It seems that the blockage was caused by downloading and submitting the Fiscal Statement 600.

Taxpayers who wanted to access the ANAF webpage on Monday could see that it doesn’t work. It either didn’t load, or id displayed an error message like “This site can’t be reached”.

Messages indicating the impossibility to access the ANAF website were also posted on the Facebook page of the Agency.

Being contacted by Mediafax, the ANAF representatives explained that the malfunction occurred due to the mess caused by filing the Form 600 and that the specialized staff are working to fix the problem.

The Fiscal Statement 600, recently introduced by the Tudose Government, must be filed by January 31 by all those who are self-employed, as well as by Romanian citizens who have other income besides the salary (income from rent, dividends, etc.). In total, there are more than 200 thousands people, according to the ANAF’s data, but some say that the actual number is much higher.

According to the information obtained by Digi24, Form 600 could be subject to changes, in order to eliminate the current difficulties.




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