• Type: Publication series
  • Date: 5/13/2013

Romania – New Rules on Taxing Resident Assignees Overseas 

KPMG in Romania reports on a new government ordinance that clarifies the circumstances under which a Romanian resident employer is not required to withhold income tax on employment income paid to Romanian resident employees for activities carried out in a foreign country. Prior to the ordinance coming into force, resident individuals employed by Romanian resident employers who carried out activities outside Romania, were liable to Romanian personal income taxation. The employer was required to withhold and pay tax on a monthly basis regardless of the period for which they were performing work abroad.

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