In this article, we detail the procedure for obtaining a Romanian tax identification number for a foreign citizen not holding a Romanian CNP. The foreign citizen has been appointed on the position of director at a Romanian company. We describe below the necessary documents and the steps to be taken to successfully obtain the Romanian tax identification number (TIN) from ANAF.
Why is it required to obtain a tax identification number?
The purpose of obtaining the tax identification number (TIN) is, obviously, to declare different taxes due. Such taxes may be due either directly by the foreign director (i.e. wage taxes), or by the company whose representative is the director. Thus, for the purpose of properly tax identification of the individual, and in case he does not already have a Romanian CNP (personal numerical code), it is necessary to obtain a TIN for the foreign citizen.
First, let’s detail the documents that will have to be prepared for submission to ANAF.
Documents required for the Romanian tax identification number application
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