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Tîrgu Mureș, March 30, 2011 – Tîrgu Mureș is the first city in Romania to adopt Ghișeul.ro as an online payment system of taxes. To it adds Sectors 2 and 6 in Bucharest and, in a short time, many other local administrations in the country.

Thus, the citizens of Tîrgu Mureș city can pay all the taxes and penalties without being conditioned by time or place, beginning today.

“Initially, we will be able to access, without authentication, the service Ghiseul. Ro, having the possibility to pay the taxes for which we already know the value from the payment notices sent by the City Hall to all the taxpayers”, said Dorin Florea, the mayor of Tîrgu Mureș city. “Soon, each of our citizens will receive authentication data- User and Password- and will be able to view online the taxes amounts. These will be printed by the Ministry of Finances, transmitted to the City Hall, and the latter will send it, in envelopes, to each citizen.”

The citizens that own proprieties in different places won’t have to move between administrations to which these belong to for paying the same taxes. Thus, the citizen saves both time and money that he spends for moving between localities, provided they are enrolled in the system.

“From now on, we can pay our taxes whenever and wherever”, said Dorin Florea.

“We won’t have to go to pay offices, but we can make the payment sitting on a couch, in front of the TV, by using a PC, telephone, or a tablet PC. Imagine that your relatives that work abroad can pay their taxes in real time, without the risk of delay penalties due to inability to pay on time; and this without any additional cost for the citizen, because the City Hall will stand the afferent commission.”

By using the system Ghiseul.ro, the citizens not only escape from the stress caused by the queues from the tax office, instead offering the comfort and safety one needs, but also helps the administration to collect faster the owed taxes.

"The launch of Ghişeul.ro is favorable for our city, if we take into consideration Digital Mures, the ambitious strategy that will transform the city into one of the first digital cities in the world", says Dorin Florea.

Ghişeul.ro was launched yesterday in Bucharest, during a press conference hosted by Valerian Vreme, the Minister of Communications. Along with the Minister and the Mayor Dorin Florea, part of the presidium was also Adrian Apolzan, the President of APERO, the association that has made freely available Ghişeul.ro to MCIS and local administration. APERO, which includes all major banks in Romania and MasterCard and Visa card payments system, has developed Ghişeul.ro as a safe and highly interconnected system, ensuring the personal data of the citizens who use it.

For more details you can access www.ghiseul.ro.


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