AADE Locates 15 Million Euros in Tax Evasion Investigation

February 28, 2023

ATHENS -The Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) has located tax evasion amounting to 15 million euros in eleven service sectors. The inspectors identified companies that were targeted for controls, and special software was used to process the results, taking into account the location and duration of the services provided.

The sectors where significant tax evasion was identified include courier services, medical services, telecommunications, photography services, parking services, gyms, coffee shops, pawnshops, and funeral parlors.


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