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Romania - Taxation
- salary received from a foreign employer for services provided in Romania
- employment income
- income from a source in Romanian territory
Romania has no special tax regulations for expatriates. However, there are some basic guidelines to help an individual determine their tax:
- Where a foreign national resides in Romania for part of a year, he/she will only be considered subject to Romanian individual income tax for that portion of the year, paying according to a monthly tax bracket.
- The taxpayer will only be subject to Romanian individual income tax for income coming from Romanian sources.
- A husband and wife are required to submit separate monthly individual income tax declarations for their individual Romanian income.
- Anyone with a local employment contract must pay individual income tax and social security contributions.
- Benefits are taxable at their market value.
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