Traffic Alert

HELP US MAKE PROGRESS!

Donate whatever you feel comfortable with! Help us raise awareness about safety and discipline in traffic and to boost the necessary measures to be taken for increasing both!

Donate via bank transfer

Account No: RO54BRDE426SV74285314260, BRD Bank: Moșilor Agency

Civic Alert Association – 54 Transilvaniei Str., Ap.2, sector 1, 010799 Bucharest

Fiscal Registration Code: 34973840, Incorporation Act No.: 149/12.08.2015

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Direct a portion of your income tax (individuals) to our organization
or support our work by benefitting from the tax incentives provided by law (companies)

Please read below about the ways you can provide support under the legal provisions in force, without any financial effort on your part.

NATURAL PERSONS (Individuals)

Natural persons tax payers may direct 2% of their income tax to support the nonprofit organizations.

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Form 230

By completing and submitting the Form 230 – ”Request application regarding the destination of up to 2% of the annual income tax applicable to salary and salary-assimilated income” (Art. 79 – the Fiscal Code) – the tax payers can decide upon the destination of an amount representing up to 2% of the annual income tax applicable to salary and salary-assimilated income, for supporting nonprofit entities, cult bodies and for granting of private scholarships.

The deadline for submitting the 2% income tax redirection forms is up to and including May 25th.

The form must be completed in duplicate, one copy for the fiscal authority and one copy for yourself.

For filling the Form 230, the tax payer:

  • writes his/her identification information at point I;
  • marks the corresponding box at point II, writes the amount to be redirected (if the amount is unknown, this field is left blank and the amount will later be calculated by the fiscal authority); and fills in the organization’s information;
  • point III is left blank;

The form must be signed and dated by the natural person in question.

The completed Form 230 must be submitted by the tax payer directly to the fiscal authority registration office or it can be sent via registered mail.

Alternatively, the form can be sent to the office of Civic Alert Association (Transilvaniei 54, sector 1, 010799 Bucharest)  by post or by email at office@civicalert.ro and we will submit it to the fiscal authority registration office.

You can download the Form 230 here. (PDF file – to be opened with Acrobat Reader)

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Form 200

Redirection of 2% from the income tax can also be achieved by another category of tax payers by completing and submitting the Form 200 – ”Statement of income earned in Romania”, for the following incomes gained from:

− independent activities;
− lease of goods;
− agricultural activities;
− the net taxable annual income from transfer of securities, other than shares and movable securities, in case of private companies;
− the net annual income from contract-based swap currency transactions, and any other similar operations.

You can download the Form 200 here(PDF file – to be opened with Acrobat Reader)

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Note: information valid for Romania only;

Authorized Natural Persons and Family Owned & Operated Businesses

Natural persons obtaining income from independent activities (Authorized Natural Persons, freelancers, sole partnerships, family owned & operated businesses, nonstock professional corporations, entities without legal personality), can enter sponsorship agreements, the sponsorship expenses being partially deductible: 5% applied to the difference between the gross income and the deductible expenses, other than the expenses for sponsorship, patronage, granting of private scholarships, protocol.

Art. 68 – The Fiscal Code

(5) The following expenses are partially deductible:

1. a) expenses with sponsorship, patronage, as well as expenses for private scholarships, effected according to the law, within the limit of a 5% quota of the calculus basis determined as per paragraph (6).

(6) The calculus basis is determined as the difference between the gross income and the deductible expenses, other than the expenses for sponsorship, patronage, for granting of private scholarships, protocol.

If you are considering a sponsorship contract, please contact us via e-mail at office@civicalert.ro. We will respond promptly with the required details.

Note: information valid for Romania only;

ECONOMIC OPERATORS

Under the Fiscal Code, the sponsoring economic operators benefit from tax incentives.

The sponsoring economic operators benefit from income tax deductions under certain conditions and limitations that are established by the fiscal code.

According to the New Fiscal Code in force as of January 1st, 2016, art. 25 Para. 4 let. i, sponsorship/patronage expenses and private scholarship expenses still remain non-deductible when calculating the profit tax. However, there is an increase in the minimum limit for the sponsorship amount, to be subtracted from the profit tax.

As a result, the economic operators can deduct from the owed profit tax, the value of the sponsorship within 5‰ (0.5%) of the turnover, but not more than 20% of the owed profit tax.

Art. 25 – The Fiscal Code

(4) The following expenses are not deductible:

1. i) sponsorship and/or patronage expenses as well as expenses for legally granted private scholarships; tax payers that perform sponsorship and/or patronage, under the provisions of Law No 32/1994 regarding sponsorship, as further amended and completed, and under the provisions of Law No 334/2002 on libraries, republished, as further amended and completed, as well as those who legally grant private scholarships, subtract the related amounts from the owed income tax to the minimum value level from the following:

2. the amount calculated by applying a 0.5% to the turnover; for situations where the applicable accounting regulations do not define the turnover indicator, this limit is determined according to the norms;

3. the amount representing 20% of the owed income tax.

The amounts that are not deducted from the income tax, according to the provisions of this letter, are reported in the following 7 consecutive years.
The recovery of these amounts will be done in order of their registration, in the same conditions, with each income tax payment term.
In order to perform a sponsorship under the aforementioned fiscal benefits, a written sponsorship contract is required, that specifies the object, the amount and the duration of the sponsorship period, as well as the rights and obligations of the parties involved.

If you are considering a sponsorship contract between your company and the Civic Alert Association, please contact us via e-mail at office@civicalert.ro. We will respond promptly with the required details.

Note: information valid for Romania only;

Other methods of pledging will become available in the future. We thank you for your support.

Traffic Alert is a project of Civic Alert Association.

Civic Alert is a nonprofit organization, financed through contributions, donations and sponsorships.

We have many ongoing projects and we are succeeding at improving the environment we live in through raising awareness about the existing problems, through facilitating communication among citizens and the public administration and through finding practical and modern solutions to the challenges brought on by the contemporary society.

We do not have an affiliation with any political parties or public institutions, and we cannot operate unless we find constant financial support, therefore, any contribution, as little as it may seem, is very important to us. Please take into consideration one of the available options. Thank you!

More information about Civic Alert can be found here.

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