Thursday , July 25 2024
Home / Tag Archives: exemption

Tag Archives: exemption

SMS Code <4> for “assistance for people with disabilities” allowed during night curfew

The Greek government had added one more option for exceptional reasons to exit home during the night curfew on Saturday following strong reactions by people with disabilities and mobility problems. Government spokesman Stelios Petsas said that people are allowed to exit their homes to offer personal assistance to .people with …

Read More »

Greek olive oil, wines, other products exempted from US tariffs imposed on EU

Greek olive oil, olive products, cheese, wines and related export products remain exempted from the US tariffs on European Union products. Apart from these products, plum juice was excluded from the list of duties. On February 15, the US Department of Commerce renewed Greece’s exemption from US tariffs on the …

Read More »

Airbnb rentals in Greece may be VAT-exempted under certain conditions

Short-term property rentals through online platforms like Airbnb can be exempted from Value Added Tax under certain conditions. According to a circular issued by the Independent Authority for Public Revenue, VAT exemption is provided in cases where the owner does not offer any additional services to guests comparable to hotel …

Read More »

Mount Athos Monasteries exempted from pending Property Tax

Digital Policy Minister Nikos Pappas approved on Friday an amendment that exempts Mount Athos monasteries from paying any pending property tax. The amendment, also signed by SYRIZA MPs Panos Skouroliakos, Giorgos Lazaridis and Centrist’s Union MP Giannis Saridis, exempts the monasteries from paying their pending Large Property Tax (FMAP) and …

Read More »

Greek government to scrap 23% V.A.T in private education & introduce gradually increasing rates

Greek government took an important decision: to scrap the 23% Value Added Tax in private education and introduce gradually increasing VAT rates, while kindergartens and nurseries will be free of V.A.T as before September. According to Athens News Agency report Tuesday noon, the new rates will be: 0% for kindergartens …

Read More »

Prosecutor calls IKA chief with felony charges

Corruption prosecutors filled felony charges against Rovertos Spyropoulos, the chief administrator of Greece biggest social security fund IKA. According to Greek media, Spyropoulos allegedly helped a big supermarket chain to avoid paying 18,000,000 euro debts to IKA. Prosecutors accuse Spyropoulos of corruption and breach of trust against the Greek state. …

Read More »