Florin Jianu: "Fiscal changes regarding micro-enterprises must be applied from the beginning of next year"

English Section / 20 septembrie

Florin Jianu: "Fiscal changes regarding micro-enterprises must be applied from the beginning of next year"

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Fiscal changes regarding micro-enterprises must be implemented only from January 1, 2024, said yesterday, Florin Jianu, the president of the National Council of Small and Medium-sized Private Enterprises in Romania, at the opening of the CNIPMMR Board meeting, stating that the position of SMEs will be also presented at today's meeting of the Tripartite National Council.

Florin Jianu said: "We have some red lines that we cannot cross regarding this bill. First of all, we want to apply the principle from big to small, that is to start the reform of the state, as requested by the European Commission, after which we see that the multinationals and big companies pay adequate taxes in this country, and only then we have the taxation of micro-enterprises. The reforms and the way they look still leave room for improvement, but it's good that we are starting a road from which we cannot turn back. Then, none of the taxation can apply from October 1, but from January 1, because we want companies to have a calendar for the next fiscal year. Unfortunately, in recent years we are talking about shorter and shorter deadlines, which is not acceptable for the business environment. Let's make a tax system for 10, 20 or 30 years. We know that taxation is the attribute of the state, but the hundreds of changes to the Fiscal Code made annually, do not satisfy everyone".

The President of CNIPMMR specified that with regard to the taxation of micro-enterprises, there was the 3% tax before the introduction of the current 1% tax, but there was never "this endless string of conditions regarding the application of the tax rate" and therefore requests the Government to abandon the respective conditionalities.

Another red line for CNIPMMR is the increase of VAT from 9% to 19% for HoReCa, a measure which, according to Florin Jianu, "means killing this activity sector", given that in Bulgaria VAT is 9% in the respective field , and in Germany there are four VAT rates for HoReCa and tourism.

The President of CNIPMMR also declared himself dissatisfied with the Government's intention to turn holiday vouchers and meal vouchers into a sum of money and considers that such a measure would contravene the purpose of these programs and would not have any positive effect on the economy.

The representative of the entrepreneurs believes that the motivation of some ministers for taking these fiscal measures in terms of the loss of European funds is not worthy of consideration as long as our country has not attracted any euro from the allocations on the European multiannual financial framework 2021-2027 and has not opened any call for projects from the 490 announced at the end of last year by the governing coalition.

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