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Income tax filing deadline extended to Aug 31

The deadline for the filing of income tax returns for 2022 has been extended to August 31, following the passing of an amendment in parliament. However, the payment deadline for the first tax instalment remains July 31. In effect, this means that taxpayers who submit their returns by the new …

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Deadline for tax returns declarations extended to July 31

The deadline for filing 2022 income tax in Greece is extended until 15:00 on July 31, 2023. The relevant decision was signed on Tuesday by Deputy Finance Minister Apostolos Vesyropoulos. The deadline applies to individuals and legal entities. For those who owe taxes, the first installment must be paid by …

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Duration of Greek passports to be extended to 10 years

Duration for which Greek passports remain valid is to be doubled to 10 years, Citizen Protection Minister Takis Theodorikakos announced on Thursday. while speaking on SKAI television on Thursday. Speaking to Skai TV, the minister pointed out that Greece was one of a handful of countries in the EU and …

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PowerPass deadline for electricity rebates extended to July 5

PowerPass applications on the online platform where citizens can submit their requests for rebates on electricity bills will be extended to July 5, 2022. The deadline was June 30. Government spokesman Giannis Oikonomou made the announcement on Twitter early Tuesday afternoon. Due to the continuous flow of applications and in …

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Mini Lockdown in 3 more regions, extension in 5 others (COVID-MAP)

Greece’s Civil Protection place three more regional units in northern Greece in “increased epidemic surveillance” on Thursday and imposed a mini lockdown. At the extended the restrictions in another five regions in Macedonia and Peloponnese. The regional units of Kastoria, Xanthi and Drama are placed in mini lockdown in effect …

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Lockdown on Kalymnos island extended for one more week

Greek authorities extended the tough restriction measures for the island of Kalymnos for one more week as the epidemiological load remains high. In a statement issued on Saturday night, the Civil Protection said that the tough restrictions are extended until 6:00 a.m. on May 25, 2021, for reasons of public …

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Greece bans flights from Barcelona, extends travel restrictions

Greece will ban flights to and from Barcelona from Monday, August 31, 2020,, health authorities said on Friday, as they extended most of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors by three weeks due to a surge in Covid-19 infections. The rise in coronavirus cases in recent weeks has forced Greek …

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Greece extends closure of shops, beaches until April 27

Authorities in Greece have extended the suspension of operation of shops and businesses but also of beaches until April 27, 2020. According to the decision published in the Official Gazette on Saturday, excluded from the suspension are e-commerce offered by the shut down facilities. The decision includes also the operation …

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Extended opening hours for Greece’s shops over Easter time

Shops in Greece will operate with extended opening hours ahead of the East time, twoards the end of April 2019. Shops will be open as follows: April 20: Sunday (Palm Sunday) 11:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. April 21-25: Monday-Thursday 09:00 a.m. to 09:00 p.m. April 26: Good Friday 01:00 p.m. …

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Greece’s archaeological sites & museums extend opening hours as of April 1

Major Greek museums and archaeological sites will extend their opening hours as of 1. April 2019. Other sites and museums will also gradually extend opening hours as soon as more seasonal staff is hired over the next months, the culture Ministry said on Tuesday. In Athens the opening hours will …

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“Temporary” turns “permanent”: solidarity levy & trade fee

It’s a common knowledge that nothing is more permanent than the temporary. And so, the solidarity levy and the trade fee, that is the extraordinary taxes imposed by the Troika will most likely be collected also after 2015. Greek media report that the Greek government and the country’s lenders representatives …

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Breath for Borrowers: Home auction-stop extended until end of 2013

A breath for thousands of borrowers as Greek government decided to extend the auctions ban for one more year. With a legislative act the Ministry of Development suspends auctions for the so-called “first housing” until December 31, 2013.  The legislative act prohibits banks from conducting auctions for unpaid mortgage loans if the home …

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Deadline for Declaring Illegal Houses Extended to January 31/2013

Greek Environment Ministry said on Tuesday that it is extending the deadline for Greeks who own illegally built or illegally altered homes to declare their properties and be exempted from future fines or demolitions until January 31, 2013. The ministry added that it was taking into account the negative economic climate …

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