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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #100 on: Friday, 05 May, 2017 @ 17:11:09 »
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Fresh contribution hike lies in store for 1.4 million workers

Fresh demands are about to be made on 1.4 million freelance workers, self-employed professionals and farmers, as according to the new updated bailout agreement, the country’s creditors are insisting on an increase in social security contributions.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/218042/article/ekathimerini/business/fresh-contribution-hike-lies-in-store-for-14-million-workers

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #101 on: Wednesday, 26 July, 2017 @ 02:58:33 »
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ENFIA notices to come by end-August

No change is expected to the heavy bill of the Single Property Tax (ENFIA) which Greece’s leftist-led government is imposing for a third consecutive year despite pre-election promises to abolish it.

After the submission and processing of 6.1 million income tax declarations, the Independent Authority for Public Revenue has started uploading the ENFIA notices for 2017 on its website.

All pay notices will have to be uploaded on Taxisnet or aade.gr by end-August for the first tranche of five to be payable by end-September and the last at end-January 2018.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/220390/article/ekathimerini/business/enfia-notices-to-come-by-end-august

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #102 on: Monday, 28 August, 2017 @ 14:35:07 »
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Property tax notices in Greece electronically dispatched ; 3.153 bln€ budgeted for state coffers

Annual property tax payment notices were electronically sent to roughly seven million owners with at least one holding to their name in Greece over the weekend.

...the total sum imposed on property owners for 2017 in Greece comes to 3.153 billion euros, of which 2.7 billion are owed by individuals and 448 million by legal entities, such as companies, funds, non-profit institutions etc.

The ENFIA tax has been one of the most unpopular taxes imposed in Greece over recent memory, with the previous Samaras government losing much of its popularity over the measure, and with the then leftist SYRIZA party promising to abolishing the tax "in full", when it was in the opposition.

Nevertheless, following the signing of the third memorandum by the current SYRIZA-led leftist-rightist government, the ENFIA tax has been entrenched even more.
http://www.naftemporiki.gr/story/1270469/property-tax-notices-in-greece-electronically-dispatched-3153-bln-budgeted-for-state-coffers


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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #103 on: Tuesday, 29 August, 2017 @ 22:11:05 »
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Two of Greece's best-known children's charities have been hit with an expensive property tax bill for 2017, with the SOS Children's Villages slapped with a 95,000-euro bill and the "Smile of the Child" organization handed a more than 70,000-euro obligation.

In a press release on Tuesday, the first charity said the annual property tax bill is "unbearable" and equals the cost of the yearly operation of a children's and family support center. SOS Children's Villages also said it receives no state funding for its programs and decried the fact that no provision has been made for tax breaks towards charities and benevolent organizations.
http://www.naftemporiki.gr/story/1270990/well-known-greek-childrens-charity-decries-unbearable-property-tax-burden

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #104 on: Friday, 29 September, 2017 @ 15:34:50 »
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Deadline day for payment of 2.3 billion euros in taxes

Friday is the deadline for more than 7 million taxpayers for the payment of the first tranche of the Single Property Tax (ENFIA) and the second installment of income tax.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/222045/article/ekathimerini/business/deadline-day-for-payment-of-23-billion-euros-in-taxes

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #105 on: Thursday, 30 November, 2017 @ 19:08:51 »
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New objective values put off till end-March

This means either a rate hike for the Single Property Tax (ENFIA) or its replacement with the Large Property Tax (FMAP) to shift the load onto owners of medium-size and large properties to make the annual revenue target of 2.65 billion euros.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/223733/article/ekathimerini/business/new-objective-values-put-off-till-end-march