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How should founders adapt w/ Inga Tigai, Director within EY Tax and Law practice
April 30, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm UTC+0
For all tech founders out there: join us for a discussion on how to correctly implement the new fiscal and tax measures in your company. RSVP and let’s meet online on Thursday, April 30 starting at 17:00!
About the event
In the first 30 minutes, we will discuss how to correctly implement the new fiscal and tax measures such as technical unemployment (somaj tehnic) or free days offered to parents, in order to have everything in order when the fiscal authorities will perform the documents check.
We will then move to the Q&A session for which you can submit your questions in the registration form.
This discussion will happen on Zoom and will be moderated by Liviu Cadariu, the Events Manager at TechHub Bucharest.
About the guest
Inga is Director within EY Tax and Law practice in Romania, focusing on People Advisory Services. She joined EY Tax department in 2007, period in which she was also Secondee to EY Milan office. She is also Qualified Fiscal Consultant. Inga has extensive experience serving both domestic and multinational companies from various industries, in designing and implementing employment remuneration structures, HR and tax due diligence projects, dealing with authorities in relation to individual tax, social security and immigration matters. Her skills and competencies help her to successfully assist local clients, entrepreneurs, private clients and also multinational companies. Head of Tax Technology and Transformation team, she developed and implemented the first RPA in EY.
- 17:00 – 17:30 Fireside chat on the fiscal and tax measures
- 17:30 – 18:00 Q&A session
Some basic rules to follow during the call
✍️ Post your questions in the chat and the moderator will pass them on to the guest
🔇 Use the mute button at your site to prevent transmitting background noise
👉 Do not multi-task (do other work) during the meeting
🤫 Find a quiet space to participate
📣 Speak up to get attention if you (really) have something to say