The answer to your doubts
Moving a company into Romania can be worrisome. We will take care of your business needs.
Responsibility, Reliability and Quality are our core values. All of services were approved by Szymon Ziemba, polish financial blogger and entrepreneur who moved into Romania in 2018. Szymon is actively engaged in every company formation to ensure a legal solution is tailored to your type of business. We mitigate risks and show you the opportunities. All services your new business needs are here. We will not leave you without help.
We pay particular attention to the quality of our service. We do ensure that our customers can enjoy the best price to quality ratio. Our fee structure is transparent, and our staff fully qualified to perform services. Our price starts at 1,599 euro for sole trader companies. Our clients usually choose a comfortable all-inclusive package that includes all costs and fees so your company is up and ready to start doing business.
Not at all but personal taxation scheme for Limited Liability Company (LLC) owners belongs to the most attractive in the World. If you hold a personal residence cerificate in Romania, you are entitled to pay only 5% dividend tax (if you witdraw a profit from your LLC). With appropriate precautions your global income can be taxed in Romania on beneficial terms, e.g. personal capital gains tax can be 10% if you are a Romanian resident.
In basic scenario if your company makes over 0,5 mln euro in a year then you are moved to CIT scheme which is 16% (calculated on company profit, not revenue). However, with our unique service we can ensure that even if you exceed 0,5 mln eur revenue threshold you are still entitled to pay 1% revenue tax.
Yes, that’s also the most cost-efficient option in terms of registration.
Dividends from a Romanian LLC can be paid out quarterly, half-yearly, yearly or just every few years. There are no legal limits as to long periods of time. Please beware that a financial statement must be published before paying out a dividend.
You can do that. However it makes no financial sense as you will need to pay social security contributions. A minimum wage in Romania is 3000 LEI (ca. 610 euro), where 1332 LEI (ca. 272 euro) are remuneration taxes as of 2023.