FW: Law mandates that Greek taxpayers declare all assets, including cash, jewelry and artwork
Taxpayers in Greece will, after Oct. 1, 2016, must declare all of their movable and immovable assets, including cash stashed in homes, valuable coins, art works valued more than 30,000 euros and practically all types of securities and titles and participation in corporate entities.
Some 300,000 taxpayers, meanwhile, must file such declarations this year, individuals that, based on current laws, must provide statement of means and assets declarations, just as lawmakers, judges, top government officials, and even pro football club executives and contractors for public contractors etc.
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