Entry into force of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation

Starting from 25 May 2018, the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. The Tax Agency has been reviewing and adapting its procedures to comply with the new requirements introduced in the RGPD. The main objectives of the new regulation include increasing transparency on the use of personal data and reinforcing citizen's rights to protect their data.

The Tax Agency E-Office provides information on the processing of personal data by the Tax Agency while discharging its duties in the effective application of the state and customs tax system, and how to contact the Tax Agency in order to exercise your rights conferred in the regulation as a user of the services offered by the Tax Agency in the fulfilment of your tax obligations. At the end of the text, you will find information on basic aspects regarding personal data processing activities and you will have access to further information and procedures regarding compliance with the new regulations.

The Tax Agency, as the entity responsible for the personal data it processes, implements policies, procedures and measures designed to protect the security of personal data, and consequently, the privacy of individuals. These measures are subject to continuous review in order to ensure they adjust to changes in the services provided to taxpayers, the risks, the changes in technology and the legal requirements.