Very few big debtors settle their debts

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By Dimitris Katsaganis

Only 175 out of a total of 10,380 fund magnates rushed to settle or pay off his overdue debts in order to avoid being named.

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This is shown by the data of the e-EFKA and the KEAO which is exclusively available to it

According to what emerges from them, from the beginning of June, when the announcement of the funds was issued in relation to the disclosure (which was planned for June 30, 2022, but is still pending) of those who owe more than 150,000 euros to the e-EFKA (s .p. principal debt not settled) until June 21, when the deadline for settlement or payment of their debts expired, only 185 natural and legal persons took any of the above actions and thus will not see their name posted on the said list .

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And the debts that the debtors settled or paid amount to a total of 74 million euros.

The total number of megalophiles amounts to 10,380. Thus, 1.78% of them settled their debts (175 against 10,380). And the settled debts represent an even lower percentage of the total, namely 0.6% (74 million euros against 12.391 billion euros).

Regarding the average debt of natural persons, who settled their debts (main and additional), it amounts to 505,000 euros, which is approximately the average debt of all wealthy natural persons.

On the contrary, the average debt of legal entities, which settled their debts (main and additional) amounts to 279,000 euros, while the average debt overall for all legal entities (whether they settled their debts or not) amounts to 503,256. In other words, it was those legal entities that had a lower than average debt that settled their debts.

It is recalled that this joint disclosure of insurance and tax debts was carried out for the first time in 2017 and since then two more annual updates have been carried out in the years 2018 and 2019. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, no newer update was carried out in the years 2020 and 2021.

These statements include overdue insurance debts to the e-EFKA, which exceed 150,000 euros in principal contribution (capital) and their payment is overdue by more than one year, i.e. they go back to an insurance period prior to the calendar year that precedes the date of publication. However, the following debts are excluded from disclosure, even if they meet the above-mentioned criteria for the amount and age of the debt.

In particular, the following are excluded:

-debts which have been subject to a regulatory regime and the terms of which are respected

-debts that are under suspension of payment by temporary order, court decision, act of an administrative body or by law

-debts that have been classified as uncollectible

-the debts which deceased or minors and

-the debts of legal entities within the narrow or wider public sector

Before the publication of debts, during the period from June 3 to 6, 2022, natural or legal persons with non-exempt debts that meet the above-mentioned criteria for the amount of the main contribution and age will receive from A.A.D.E. in their TAXISNET mailbox as well as in their certified e-mail address a relevant update which will invite them within 15 days, i.e. until June 21, 2022, to pay off or settle their debts to be made public.

However, even after the debts have been published, it is possible to correct, remove or delete the published data, either ex officio or at the request of the natural or legal person.

Source: Capital

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