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Greece VAT measures for coronavirus

The Greek government has introduced a number of VAT measures to help businesses cope with the COVID-19 epidemic. ...Continued

Greece delays myDATA e-invoices e-books to 1 Apr 2021

Greece has announced that the mandatory introduction of e-invoices and e-books has been delayed from 1 January 2021 to 1 April 2021. This is due to the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pande...Continued

Greek e-invoice incentives

To encourage businesses to adopt the new Greek e-invoice regime, a range of incentives are being offered to businesses...Continued

Greek island VAT rise delayed again

The discounted VAT regime for five Greek islands has been extended again. This time to 31 December 2020....Continued

Greece myDATA e-invoice & e-books July 2020

Greece has provided an update on the phased roll out its myDATA e-invoice and e-books program. The provides for digital reporting to the tax office, AADE, of VAT invoices and accounting records, even...Continued

Greece e-book & e-invoice new rollout

Greece has updated the plan to mandate e-books and e-ledgers this year....Continued

Greek e-invoices delayed until June 2020

The first stage launch of Greek e-books and e-invoices has been pushed back until at least 1 June 2020....Continued

Greece VAT electronic cash registers June 2020

Greece has confirmed the will require all retail cash transactions to be recorded by certified VAT electronic cash registers from 6 June 2020....Continued

Greece extends five island discounted VAT rates

Greece has again extended the discounted VAT rates for five islands. The latest roll over of the 30% discount on the Greek VAT rates will apply to 31 December 2020. The subsidy had been scheduled to e...Continued

Greece delays e-invoicing into 2020

Greece has postponed the introduction of digital VAT books and e-invoices. The measures to fight VAT fraud were scheduled for 1 January 2020. However, the Ministry of Finance has now indicated that th...Continued