Romanian Tax Agency (ANAF) had 6,658 litigations in court in 2017

Georgeta Gheorghe 03/07/2018 | 17:30

The National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) had 6,658 litigations in court in 2017, of which 2,526 had alleged contravention claims, Agerpres reports.

“In 2017, 6,658 litigation cases were pending before the courts, of which 2,526 litigations had as their object contravention claims. ANAF won 81,07 percent of these cases. The duration of a litigation is on average 12-17 months,” ANAF’s answer reads.

Last year, inspectors of the General Anti-Fraud Directorate identified irregularities for which they issued 4,921 warnings and imposed fines of RON 142.68 million. Also, the inspectors of the tax inspectorate have set additional obligations in the total amount of RON 8.2 billion, of which  RON 7.9 billion for legal entities and RON 302.6 million for taxpayers. Of the total liabilities, RON 7.4 billion are the main obligations.

According to ANAF, in 2016 anti-fraud inspectors applied 6,612 warnings and 22,463 fines totaling RON 141.78 million. Following fiscal inspections, additional obligations to the state budget of RON 6.5 billion were established, out of which RON 6.36 billion for legal entities and RON 148.66 million for individual taxpayers. Of the total liabilities, RON 5.29 billion are the main obligations.

According to last year’s performance report, in 2017 there were recorded 10,076 complaints files by the ANAF structures with the contested total amount of RON 8.9 billion compared to 2016 when they had 8,200 files with the contested total amount of 7,4 billion lei. Of the 10,076 complaints filed, 429 files were sent for resolution to other organs and 9,647 complaint files containing 15,924 requests for tax administrative acts drawn up by the ANAF structures with the total amount contested of RON 8.4 billion. The average resolution time for complaints at the end of 2017 was 97 days.

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