PwC's global content regarding the COVID-19 impact on business.
Our world is in a state of flux, complicated further by regulatory complexity and economic risk. PwC’s Tax and Legal Services helps to cut through the noise and stay ahead of the changes that impact your business. Equipped with the scale of a seamlessly connected global network, we are where you need us—delivering deep tax technical expertise, while providing the critical context to help you make informed and compliant decisions that drive your operations forward. At your side globally and locally, we design best-in-class integrated tax and legal strategies that empower you to move from complexity to execution.
To comply with tax obligations in a correct and cost-effective way, businesses must be familiar with the extensive tax legislation and the related methodical instructions and also have experience and be constantly in contact with the tax environment. Our corporate tax specialists can assist you with all of this and will be delighted to use their knowledge and experience for your benefit.
The factors driving intensified scrutiny of transfer pricing arrangements are beyond the control of most companies, but the risks to your organisation are very real.
PwC Romania has a team specialised in indirect taxation, formed of advisors with strong expertise and wide experience in solving complex indirect tax issues, who provide specialised advice and practical solutions to our clients. In order to understand better the activities and specific needs of our clients, we tailored our approach to the particularities of each client, by creating within our Indirect Tax Department groups specialising in various business areas and industries.
Tax and Accounting compliance: accurate and timely reporting of financial performance that enhance the management decisions to drive profitable financing decisions and new investment opportunities.
People are an increasingly valuable source of sustainable competitive advantage for organisations operating in a global economy characterised by only one certainty – change. Chronic skills gaps combined with a mismatch between demand and supply of talent means that getting (and keeping) the right people in the right places at the right time has never been more challenging.
Legal Services are provided by D&B David si Baias, the connected law firm of PwC in Romania.
In a fast changing world, we’re helping clients build a tax function for the future. Our integrated approach to tax management brings together tax function design, technology and tax- and statutory compliance delivery. By aligning your tax and tax technology strategies with your commercial goals the tax function will become a strategic business asset, adding value across the organisation.
Understanding your organisation’s challenges, goals and needs is just the start. Successful change will require re-engineering ‘end-to-end’ processes, not just the final outputs.
The Standard Audit File for Tax (SAF-T) is a new reporting requirement for taxpayers and it reflects the international standard for the electronic exchange of accounting data between companies/organisations and tax authorities, containing information on taxpayers' accounting and tax data.
SAF-T’s main role is to standardise the transfer of information between tax administrations and taxpayers, offering benefits to both parties. SAF-T involves the regular reporting of a set of information (initially, in addition to tax returns - in a predefined format) that facilitates the review of taxpayers' operations by tax authorities.
Technological and health systems disruptions, fractured geopolitics, inflation, supply chain interruptions, increased focus on ESG concerns are the mega trends of recent years dominated by uncertainty. The role of tax departments has never been easy, but it has never been so complex. Change is continuous and the response must be constantly adapted. Changes in Romania and around the world lead to new regulations or requirements on different levels of the business, that have a big impact on the tax function. Proposals in the PNRR, discussions on progressive taxation or new taxes, the reform of ANAF, OECD news or new European directives generate tax implications that need to be identified and analysed in advance in order to be successfully managed.