Has your company seconded employees to Romania and you don’t know how to deal with their tax reporting? Is this a new situation for you? And you don’t even know how to assess if they are subject to salary taxes in Romania?

In this article we will guide you on how to deal with the monthly salary tax reporting in Romania for expatriates. We will briefly show you how to generally assess the applicable salary tax obligations, and determine which ones apply to your employees.

So, at the end of this article, you will know how to:

  • determine if your company’s seconded employees have any salary tax obligations in Romania,
  • what are the steps that your company, or the seconded employee, must do to report the salary taxes, and
  • how to avoid any penalties from late filing of the tax returns.

How to assess expat salary taxes in Romania

As a matter of principle, every country has the right of taxation over salary income that individuals derive from activities rendered on their territory.

As general rule, according to Romanian tax law any foreign employee rendering employment activities in Romania is subject to tax reporting. This applies irrespective of the period for which the employee is working in Romania (e.g., one month or twelve months). This is the applicable general rule, as per the Romanian domestic tax law.

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