The Romanian Property Taxation System
As the economic climate changes towards increased competitiveness within the public sector, the local public administration needs to identify its possible sources of own revenues and to decide on the best manner of collecting these revenues. In the present paper, the authors critically analyze the taxation system employed nowadays in Romania, focusing on the tax on property. A brief empirical research is conducted, illustrating the evolution of the tax property shares in the national GDP, on the one hand, and in the local government own revenues, on the other hand. The last part of the paper is reserved for the comparative analysis of the methodologies used in establishing the level of the property tax, debating with respect to the best methodology to be employed, concluding in favour of the value-based assessment.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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