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AADE Tightens Rope Around Tax Evaders

November 13, 2022

ATHENS – Τhe noose tightens around the timeless plague of the Greek society, the tax evasion, aiming at the increase of the revenues at a moment of crucial importance for the country. AADE (Public Revenues Independent Authority) has assumed a series of initiatives which start to unveil the one after the other which significantly limit the action space of the tax evaders by profession.

2023 is a very important year for this endeavor as a lot of significant project will be implemented with top of all the interconnection of cash registers with POS and Taxis. In this way all the figures of the receipts will be sent in real time to the tax bureau and the authority will have a clearer picture.

It is also planned the mandatory installation of POS to all the sectors of self-employed and enterprises. It is noted that POS in not mandatory in a series of enterprises as for example, gyms, parking, cinemas, theatres, car rental and others.

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