The number of both individual and corporate users of digital fiscal services rose in the first half of this year by 7.6% from the similar period of last year, to a total 185,800. The overall increase in mainly due to a rise in individual users.
According to the Financial Information Technology Center (CTIF), the number of individual users rose by 10.3% to 107,600, while the number of corporate users by 4.2% to 78,200.
Electronic Declaration, Rapid Declaration, Taxpayer’s Current Account, e-Invoice, e-Request and other services facilitating fiscal reporting and interaction among taxpayers and the Fiscal Inspectorate, as well as access to various fiscal information, have been among the most demanded digital fiscal services in the reporting period.
Individual users seeking to gain access to digital fiscal services may do so by registering on www.servicii.fisc.md or www.raportare.gov.md, or through the governmental authentication and access control service MPass. To use the services, one needs to also hold a digital signature issued by CTIF or other licensed providers.
For any information on how digital fiscal services work, users may call the toll-free helpline 080001525 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.