In this issue:
- Introduction of stricter rules on VAT assessments
- New procedure for the VAT exemption for purchases/imports of goods intended for intra-community supplies and exports
- Changes in the format of the periodic VAT returns
- VAT rates applicable to hotel packages
Elina Filippou & Eleanna Kamperi summarise what Greek enterprises should be watching out for in 2019, as we anticipate transposition into domestic legislation of the EU Directive on Anti-Tax Avoidance (ATAD). Their article is posted in January’s issue of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) monthly bulletin.
Zepos & Yannopoulos tax practice group is the exclusive contributor for Greece to Chambers Corporate Tax 2019 Guide. This is a global tax guide providing expert legal commentary on more than 30 jurisdictions across the globe. To access the full online version of the guide please click here
The Bloomberg Daily Tax Report bulletin of December 2018, hosts Hara Strati’s article on the new VAT warehousing scheme in Greece. Hara analyses how the new scheme enhances the position of Greece as a distribution center for Europe and Asia, through the provision of significant cash flow benefits to importers and local traders.
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This month’s bulletin of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) hosts Daphne Cozonis’ summary of DAC6, the new EU Directive on the mandatory disclosure of cross-border tax arrangements by intermediaries.
Taxand, the world’s largest independent tax organisation with more than 400 tax partners and over 2,000 tax advisors in over 40 countries, issues Taxand annual Global Guide to M&A Tax. The guide includes 33 countries to provide at-a-glance insight into the tax treatment of global mergers and acquisitions.