Alternate FinMin Alexiadis dismisses reports over retrospectives taxes
Alternate Finance Minister Tryfon Alexiadis on Thursday in statements to MEGA TV dismissed reports over the imposition of taxes on persons who have not collected receipts.
He explained that there is a gap in law because the issue had to be legislatively resolved by December 2014, but it did not.
“We would never impose a 22 pct tax on consumers who did not collect receipts. We would solve the issue in legal-technical terms,” he underlined but he did not give any further details.
He also dismissed reports over the imposition of retrospective taxes. “I have never said that retrospective taxes will be imposed in 2015. This is a lie,” he stressed.
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