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Ascent Group continues its expansion plans by opening a new office in Romania, in Sibiu.
Ascent Group's office in Sibiu will offer clients all types of services the consulting group Ascent is offering, but also aims to become a catalyst for enhancing business relations between the central part of Romania and other countries in the region.
Not last, Sibiu office aims to provide support to all foreign investors intending to start a business in Transylvania.
The office in Sibiu is the 7th office opened by Ascent Group, after those in Bucharest, Arad, Chisinau, Limassol, Sofia and Belgrade.
The contact details where you can find our new office are:
Ascent Group Sibiu
Revolution street no. 1, apt. 15
Tel: +40 269 211090
fax: +40 269 211722
We look forward to see you in Sibiu!
People who choose to work abroad usually use the services of companies that provide mediation services and job placement abroad, as they have don’t have a firm offer of work abroad or may not relate directly to potential employers abroad.
In Romania, private activity of mediation and work placement abroad is strictly regulated by law and companies that provide mediation services must meet certain conditions to carry out this work, namely: read more»
Business-Edu organizes on Tuesday, 1st of March, another event from the “Your Best Tuesday!” series - the place where we have the opportunity to debate with our friends the problems of the universe that we live in.
This time the topic will be “The Challenge of Enterpreneurship”
Some of the issues that we want to address are: read more»
On 30th of December 2010 the Romanian Government introduced through the O.U. no. 117/2010 the possibility to return to the status of microcompany.
In the understanding of this ordinance, the microcompany is a legal entity that at 31st of December 2010 meets ALL the following conditions:
- has incomes other than those obtained from banking, insurance, reinsurance, capital markets (except the intermediary in these areas), gambling, consultancy and management.
- has minimum 1 and maximum 9 employees
- achieved revenues that did not exceed the equivalent in lei of 100.000 EUR
- the registered capital is held by persons, other than state and local authorities
On 30th of December 2010 the Romanian Government introduced through the O.U. no. 117/2010 the possibility to return to the status of microcompany. read more»
Starting with 1st of January 2011 the minimum gross salary guaranteed payment is set at 670 lei per month according to H.G. 11931/2010, compared with 600 lei as it was at the end of 2010.
The amount of 670 lei is set for a full-time working schedule of 170 hours per month, representing 3.94 lei/hour. The staff compliance with a salary below the minimum gross salary is considered to be a contravention and is punishable by law with a fine of 1.000 lei up to 2.000 lei.
Therefore according with the new provisions, the minimum gross salary is 670 lei for an unqualified worker, a minimum gross salary of 804 lei for a qualified worker, and for the personnel employed in positions that require higher education will be of 1340 lei.
The H.G. 1193/2010 that enables the minimum gross salary guaranteed payment was published in the Official Gazette, Part I no. 824 from 9 December 2010.
During the last days of 2010, were published in the Official Gazette 891/30.12.2010 important changes of the Fiscal Code and of the Regulations for the application of the Fiscal Code, but also of the social insurance legislation and the Fiscal Procedure Code. The governmental decree that stipulates these changes is OUG 117 for the amendment and completition of Law no. 571/2003 regarding the Fiscal Code and reglementation of some financial and fiscal measures.
Amendments to the Fiscal Code relates primarily to: tax, income tax on small companies, VAT, income tax, excise duties, social contributions. Here are the main changes occurring in each of these areas: read more»
How to captivate our audience ...
Sweaty palms, the perspiration of the forehead, the accelerate heartbeat or the erasure of all the ideas from your mind are some of the inconveniences that might occur in a public presentation. The fear of speaking in public is among the biggest fear of the human being.
The ability to make presentations in public and to efficiently sustain ideas has an important impact on our success in career and the whole society.
With the techniques and methods presented in this course you will better understand better can we make a successful and a persuasive presentation in order to maintain the interest of the audience awake.
The course is addressed to: read more»
Based on the Romanian Government’s representatives, starting with October 1st, the minimum tax will be eliminated. The minimum tax was introduced at 1st of May 2009, together with other fiscal measures aimed to diminish the effects of the economic crisis, but finally, their effects were exactly the opposite.
As a result of the minimum tax's elimination, the companies will pay between the 1st of October and the 31st of December 2010 the profit tax of 16%.
The last deadline for the minimum tax (the flat tax) will be the 25th of October, for the 3rd quarter of 2010. Starting with the 25th of February 2011, the companies will pay the profit tax for the 4th quarter of 2010, accordingly with the calculation norms existing before the introduction of the minimum tax. read more»
Globalization. International business relationships. Economic crisis! Their effects obliges us to reconsider our activities and take decisions: to cut budgets, to dismiss employees or even to close offices and branches, but also to consider strategies that help us grow our company, looking to new markets and new investment opportunities.
Why this project? read more»
Starting July 1st 2010, new tax and fiscal regulations are applied in Romania, due to the Emergency Ordinance 58 from June 26th 2010, that will affect all sectors of the national economy.
We briefly present the changes brought by this ordinance:
Article 32 of the Fiscal Code is amended and has the following content:
“Art.32 Any loss realized by permanent headquarters situated in other states other than Member States of the European Union / European Association of Free Trade or which are located in a state with which Romania has concluded a double taxation convention is deductible only from the income earned by that permanent headquarters. read more»