Following a campaign to track down undeclared income of wealthy Romanians, the National Agency for
Fiscal Administration (ANAF) found almost 87 million lei that will be
subject to taxation. The 336 individuals checked, each with
an estimated wealth of over 20 million euro per person were unable to
prove the legit source and taxed money.
Tax checks started in 2014
with the individuals for whom a significant difference was found
between the incomes estimated based on the personal financial
situation and the statements filed with the tax authorities. Tax checks were completed in 2015 for
the first 10 persons in the 336-strong group of high net worth
individuals who are subject to tax risk checks and compliance
programs reports Agerpress.
The outcomes of the checks performed on
the first 10 persons in the group (for 2011 incomes) show that of the
total of over 86.948 million lei, more than 23.771 million lei are
undeclared incomes from unidentified sources, 3.803 million lei are
taxes on extra revenues and over 2.437 million lei are delay
penalties and interest rates.