Are you employing expats or sending your employees across the border? If so, there is a number of fiscal obligations you must comply with. Our Romanian experts gathered the most important aspects of cross-border mobility regarding tax and labour law. Learn about conditions on tax residency, personal income tax, social security and health insurance contributions or penalties for non-compliance.
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Overview of key facts related to expats in Romania
Our local tax, payroll and labour law experts are here to help you – as an expat or an employer – to obtain essential expert advice, so that you can effectively address all the matters related to cross-border mobility in Romania and other locations globally.
A person is a Romanian tax resident, if:
The tax return is due by: