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Greek Daily News 17/11/2023



As of January 1, 2024, deposits, remittances, movements through e-banking, electronic wallets, vouchers and even coupons will be automatically investigated, as the Tax Office will be immediately informed about the movement of electronic money. Its aim will be the rapid receipt and processing of data and information relating to audited persons, Naftemporiki reported.


The next adjustment of property rates used for tax purposes, known as “objective values,” will take place in 2025 with a new automated assessment system, Kathimerini reported.


Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni calls for stricter measures for short-term rentals, Oikonomikos Taxydromos reported. She is requesting that the institutional framework for the operation of “Airbnb” units be assimilated as much as possible to that of hotel units, she told the conference on tourism organized by and Proto Thema.


Four metro stations in downtown Athens and changes in public transport routes are scheduled for Friday, (Nov. 17), due to events and rallies to commemorate the 50th anniversary since the 1973 Polytechnic students’ uprising against the military junta then ruling Greece.