Tax office appointments start on Τuesday
From May, the payments for the repayment of this year's ENFIA, the income tax and the repayment of state loans by professionals and companies in monthly installments ranging from 8 to 96 and with discounts of 3% and 15% for those who repay the lump sums begin.
Payments for the gradual repayment of this year's account, which totals 2.3 billion euros, will start in May. The liquidation is expected to reach over 6.2 million property owners after Easter and in any case by the end of the month.
The tax should be paid in 10 equal monthly installments with the first at the end of May and the last at the end of February 2023.
Those who are unable to follow the planning of the Ministry of Finance for the payment of the tax in 10 installments have the opportunity to include the debt in the permanent regulation that provides up to 24 monthly installments which are however charged with an annual interest rate in the area of 5%. There is of course the solution of the 12 interest-free installments offered by banks with credit cards. In case of one-time payment, no discount is provided.
By the end of May, those who decide to pay their debt in a lump sum will receive a 15% discount on the total amount. However, with the new regulation, the installments for the repayable advance were increased to 96 from 60, thus giving a further breath. It should be noted that about 700,000 businesses and professionals will have to repay an amount totaling up to 3 billion euros.
The shipment of the first clearings has already begun, where the tax can be paid in eight equal monthly installments with the first installment being paid by the end of July and the last by February 2023.
The goal for this year is to collect an amount of more than 15 billion euros. Those who choose to pay the income tax in a lump sum until July 29, 2022 will have a 3% discount on the total amount. And for income tax there is the possibility of joining the permanent arrangement of 24 installments or repayment in 12 interest-free monthly installments with their credit card.