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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #125 on: Wednesday, 05 September, 2018 @ 11:42:33 »
Ours were sent to us by our accountant......

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #126 on: Wednesday, 05 September, 2018 @ 12:45:15 »
Ours is identical to last year. Phew........

Can you remind me where to find this years values please?

If you can use the Taxisnet site (https://www1.gsis.gr/taxisnet/mytaxisnet), where you need to log on (username and password), it is available under Προσωπική Πληροφόρηση --> Στοιχεία οφειλών εκτός ρύθμισης και πληρωμή.

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #127 on: Sunday, 09 September, 2018 @ 13:58:19 »
Would anyone know please if we are eligible to pay ENFIA if our property is not complete, it has no electricity, no bathroom and no kitchen as yet and we spend less than 5 weeks a year there? Or is there any discount ?

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Alan & Ceann

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #128 on: Tuesday, 11 September, 2018 @ 10:11:10 »
You need to speak to your accountant for the answer (if you don't have one I would suggest you get one).
I don't know the answer but if I was guessing I would say the answer is yes, irrespective of it's condition or amount of use.

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #129 on: Tuesday, 11 September, 2018 @ 11:35:10 »
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ENFIA cuts are not for everyone

The government is planning a further shift of the tax load to medium-sized and large property ownerships as it has promised to ease the burden on less expensive neighborhoods. Yet even the owners in the latter areas will only see small cuts to their Single Property Tax (ENFIA) dues, amounting to no more than 70 euros per annum.

The declared reduction of ENFIA by 30 percent will take place in the next couple of years and will amount to 50 percent for small owners, as Tsipras said.

The ENFIA cuts have been capped at 70 euros per annum, which means that the full discount of 30 percent (up to 70 euros) will apply to owners who pay up to 233 euros per year. Therefore an owner who pays 400 euros would have qualified for a discount of 120 euros (30 percent), but the 70-euro ceiling means the ENFIA cut will only take his/her dues to 330 euros – i.e. a 17.5 percent discount.

The situation is much worse for owners who pay ENFIA in excess of 700 euros per year. The law deprives them of any discount, and due to the expected change of the structure of ENFIA into a Large Property Tax (known since 1997, when it first applied as FMAP), they may well have to pay even more for their assets.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/232492/article/ekathimerini/business/enfia-cuts-are-not-for-everyone

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #130 on: Friday, 14 September, 2018 @ 13:04:02 »
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ENFIA shift with polls in mind

The government has planned changes to the Single Property Tax (ENFIA) with an eye to the upcoming election, as the 30 percent reduction announced for 2019 will only concern owners of real estate assets valued at up to 60,000 euros.

The majority of property owners however will either see a smaller reduction to their ENFIA dues or no change at all, as owners of real estate assets adding up to at least 200,000 euros – i.e. medium-sized and large properties – will not enjoy any cuts at all.

According to the plan that was presented to the representatives of the country’s creditors this week, the reductions to ENFIA will be as follows:
http://www.ekathimerini.com/232595/article/ekathimerini/business/enfia-shift-with-polls-in-mind

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Re: ENFIA replaces property tax
« Reply #131 on: Saturday, 15 September, 2018 @ 13:21:48 »
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ENFIA load to be shouldered again by usual property owners

According to the government’s plans, the bulk of the new, reduced Single Property Tax (ENFIA) will yet again be paid by owners of medium and large real estate assets.

After Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced the ENFIA plans at the Thessaloniki International Fair last weekend, it became clear that next year’s 30 percent reduction will only apply to those with properties valued at up to 60,000 euros, while those with assets worth more than 200,000 euros will see no cuts at all. And according to what the government has presented to its creditors, the imbalance will continue into 2020.

The ministry’s plans for 2020 foresee a 50 percent reduction in the ENFIA dues of owners of properties worth up to 60,000 euros – compared to 2018 – and a discount of 40.8 percent for owners of assets worth 60,001-100,000 euros.

The percentage of the cuts is set to drop as the property value rises.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/232607/article/ekathimerini/business/enfia-load-to-be-shouldered-again-by-usual-property-owners