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Receipt tampering racket uncovered

Tax inspectors have identified a racket that has been developing and using illegal software that allows users to tamper with receipt data in tax systems and tills, making it appear as if less money has passed through a business's hands.
More than 100 enterprises are believed to be involved in the racket, and are seen to have altered receipts totaling 25 million euros.

Pitsilis on a mission to improve tax compliance, says IMF publication

The head of Greece's tax collection agency presented its efforts to improve tax compliance in Greece in an interview with Finance and Development, a monthly publication of the International Monetary Fund.

Giorgos Pitsilis referred to the campaign to encourage tourists to ask for a receipt, dubbed "Apodixi, please."

Greek tax authority cites efforts to improve compliance

The head of Greece's tax collection agency presented its efforts to improve tax compliance in Greece in an interview with Finance and Development, a monthly publication of the International Monetary Fund.

Giorgos Pitsilis referred to the campaign to encourage tourists to ask for a receipt, dubbed "Apodixi, please."

The war on tax evasion

It may indeed sound like an exaggeration to say so, but the campaign launched by the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (IAPR), urging foreign visitors to demand receipts for goods and services, is just as important as the intensive checks by tax inspectors when it comes to cracking down on tax evasion.

Transaction data delivery in real time

The tax administration is planning some changes in the way it inspects businesses. According to sources, the Independent Authority for Public Revenue wants to introduce online systems also used in other European Union countries which transmit transaction data to the tax authorities at the moment each transaction is made.

Taxman encourages tourists to pay by card

Tourists are being encouraged to pay with plastic during their holidays in Greece - and to always ask for a receipt - by a new campaign from the country's tax authority.

The "Apodixi_Please" (Receipt, Please) campaign of the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) is being promoted on posters and online (aade.gr/apodixi).

The NRA Sealed a Trade Show in the Center of Burgas

Tax inspectors sealed six of the eight temporary shops, which are part of the trade show for Bulgarian goods at Troikata Square for not issuing cash receipts.

Prior to the imposition of the measure, the officers of the Revenue Authority had previously executed a series of control purchases based on the "secret client" principle.

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