Romania – Clarifying Tax Treatment of Secondment Allowances, Visas for PRC Nationals

Romania – Clarifying Tax Treatment of Secondment ...

KPMG in Romania reports on new regulations introduced in Romanian legislation that affect the tax treatment of “secondment/delegation” allowances. The new rules stipulate that allowances received by employees of nonresident employers during their assignment in Romania for business purposes are non-taxable up to the limit set by the government decision pertaining to employees of Romanian public institutions, assigned in the country of residency of the employer. This newsletter also covers changes to the visa regime for nationals of the People’s Republic of China travelling to Romania for business purposes.

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