The Independent Public Revenue Authority is launching a “business” of crossing large deposits and incomes, which has already requested additional data and information on bank accounts, taxpayers’ loans, interest and dividends from banks. in AADE until the end of February.
Credit institutions, in fact, are required to send data on deposit accounts or payment accounts of individuals, which show either a total annual billing movement or a total annual credit movement of more than 100,000 euros, according to a publication of “Kathimerini”.
Subsequently, these data will be pre-filled in the declarations, while at the same time, based on them, cross-checking of data of natural and legal persons will be carried out, while the movements of the accounts in the context of black money trafficking will be checked.
AADE’s “business” is part of the Authority ‘s goal of significantly increasing data intersections based on new advanced electronic systems, with the ultimate goal of identifying sources of tax evasion and concealing income from taxpayers.
At the same time, in addition to the banks, data will be sent to AADE and schools, mobile phone companies, private clinics and even EYDAP.
With a decision signed by the Governor of AADE, G. Pitsilis, the credit and financial institutions, the institutions of settlement of transactions using payment cards, the payment institutions, the Hellenic Post, the Hellenic Central Securities Depository (EL.K.AT) .) Α.Ε. (ATHEXCSD) and Investment Services Providers are invited to send to AADE data regarding the amount of credit and debit interest on deposits, repos, interest-bearing bills of the Greek State and Greek Government bonds of interest on corporate bonds listed on or in a regulated stock market outside the EU. as well as the amounts of interest on securities of foreign origin (in the case mediated by a domestic credit or financial institution), residents of Greece and abroad, acquired during the previous year, as well as the amount of tax withheld, with the details of the beneficiaries.
Source From: Capital