Personal Tax & Accounting Team’s Aim is to inform the tax payers for their obligations related to the Greek Tax System.
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What is the Common Reporting Standard (CRS)? Over the past few years, governments and organisations all over the world have been promoting the global tax transparency agenda to minimize tax evasion. In this context, and in response to the request of the Group of Twenty (G20), the Organisation for
The Greek government is currently looking into a taxation plan that aims to attract foreign shipping interests seeking to invest, said the head of the country’s shipowners union, Theodoros Veniamis at the closing ceremony of the biennial Posidonia 2018 maritime trade show held at the Athens Metropolitan Expo last week. Dubbed “non-dom”, the special tax regime
No change is expected to the heavy bill of the Single Property Tax (ENFIA) which Greece’s leftist-led government is imposing for a third consecutive year despite pre-election promises to abolish it.
Taxpayers will be able to pay their dues to the state at banks counters without getting charged a fee until late August. The state had decided to pass on to taxpayers the commission banks used to charge it for tax payments, but taxpayers will be spared the 1.10-1.50-euro charge
Spending on rent, mortgage payments and utility bills will not count toward the sum of card or e-banking payments taxpayers have to reach to be eligible for a tax discount of 1,900-2,100 euros per year, according to Finance Ministry officials.
The payment of utility bills using credit or debit cards will also count toward the tax discount for electronic transactions, according to sources, as the state appears unable to distinguish such payments from spending on goods and other services.