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de Vladimir Ionescu , 30.7.2018
The Ministry of Public Finance makes a “comparative analysis” of the Tax Code and the Tax Procedure Code with a view to applying a new fiscal framework as of January 1, 2019, according to the Finance Minister Eugen Teodorovici.
“My colleagues are working on this comparative analysis of everything that includes the Tax Code, the Tax Procedure Code, article by article, to see whether there is any proposal to be made and what the arguments are. We work very much and openly with everything that means the economic environment, we have invited the associative structures from the Budget-Finance Committee of both parliamentary chambers, so that at the end of the year we have a draft law and a Tax Code and Tax Procedure Code,” said the Finance Minister Eugen Teodorovici, quoted by Mediafax.
In autumn, following the Ministry of Finance’s analysis, a series of conclusions will be presented, and the new tax framework will be applied as of January 1, 2019, a framework that should no longer be changed soon.
“As of January 1, 2019, they must remain the way they are made,” he mentioned and added: “There have been many changes to the Tax Code and we put these changes in a consolidated form so that we know what it is about when it comes to the fiscal area,” the Finance Minister said.