Tax dead­line pushed back

Kathimerini English - - Focus -

Al­ter­nate Fi­nance Min­is­ter Try­fon Alex­i­adis has said that the dead­line for the sub­mis­sion of tax dec­la­ra­tions by in­di­vid­u­als has been ex­tended to Au­gust 28 from Au­gust 26 due to prob­lems with the elec­tronic sub­mis­sion plat­form, Tax­isNet, which is de­signed to re­ceive some 200,000 re­turns a day.

The min­is­ter noted that 85 per­cent of tax re­turns from in­di­vid­u­als had been re­ceived while for le­gal en­ti­ties the fig­ure ex­ceeded 90 per­cent.

Once the re­turns have been filed, the min­is­ter has re­ceived in­struc­tions to is­sue the bills for the ENFIA prop­erty tax by the end of the month. The 2015 ENFIA will be paid in five in­stall­ments, the first at the end of Oc­to­ber and the last in late Fe­bru­ary 2016.

The ECB in Frank­furt yesterday con­firmed that Greece had re­paid a 3.2-bil­lion-euro bond held by the in­sti­tu­tion.

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