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Platform for payment of outstanding debts in 72-120 installments opens

The Independent Authority for Public Revenues (AADE) is launching an online platform on Friday, April 7, 202, for the payment of outstanding debts to tax offices and insurance funds. The measures concerns all those who either lost the old arrangements for settling tax and insurance debts in 72 to 120 …

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Greece writes off debts to state and banks up to €20,000

Greece will write off debts up to 20,000 euro to tax office, insurance funds but also consumer loans and credit cards to the banks. The measure targets the debt relief of allegedly some 35,000 people and the criteria are very strict: absolute poverty, not possession of property, no income at …

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Greek Crisis: Welfare Bodies Close to Bankruptcy

” The financial situation in which Greece’s national insurance bodies find themselves is, to say the least, very serious. The organisations are the victims not only of the serious economic crisis in which Greece finds itself but also of the two-party system that has ruled the country for years and that …

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Labour Minister: One Million Greeks Get Pensions 400-500 EURO

These are things we learn when some Greek official wants to argue on other issues. Minister of Labour and Social  Security Giorgos Koutroumanis said that one million pensioners receive just 400 to 500 euro per month. Speaking to private broadcaster ANT1 TV  Koutroumanis said that there have been no reductions in the pensions of …

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Greek Pharmacists Cut Credit for Prescription Medicine as 1.1.12

A scandalous blackmail shines on the horizon, that threatens the lives of millions of Greeks, especially the lives of long-term patients. Another blow is about to sweep away the last euro banknotes of millions of austerity-ridden Greeks. Greece’s pharmacists have decided to cut credits to insurance funds. As of 1.1.12 insured patients will …

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