Starting in January 2019, the National Fiscal Administration Agency (ANAF) will only communicate with taxpayers online through the Private Virtual Space, and no longer sending paper notices, which are too costly, said Finance minister Eugen Teodorovici during an interview with Antena 3.
The minister added that ANAF will centralize taxpayers’ debts by the end of October and begin notifying them in November to collect the debts.
Teodorovici also said that the enforcement decisions of the past five years have not been issued on time and that the situation needed a reset. After the data is centralized, in November, ANAF will begin notifying taxpayers either online on via letters.
He noted that the 60-day payment deadline will be abolished, and payment will be delayed until March 2019. If a taxpayer notified in November pays in December, he will get a 10 percent discount. If the notification is delayed, the discount will be applied to the March 2019 payment.
Payments will be accepted by state treasury offices as well as in 1,000 CEC units.