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Old 02-01-2019, 09:28 PM   #2771
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Tax evasion found in many professions


The long list of tax evaders identified by the Independent Authority for Public Revenue in the second half of last year includes doctors, lawyers, funeral parlors, private investigators and pensioners and shows that several sectors of the economy are more prone to tax evasion.

Inspections revealed tens of millions of euros of hidden incomes concerning previous years. Here are some of the most interesting findings:

- A gynecologist in Thessaloniki had hidden income of 1.21 million euros from 2012 to 2014;
- A Thessaloniki oncologist avoided declaring 550,000 euros in income from 2012 to 2013.
- A dentist in Thessaloniki failed to declare inheritance and a donation totaling 1.25 million euros from 2012 to 2016.
- In 2012-13, two pensioners in Attica concealed revenues of 890,000 euros and 678,000 euros.
- A funeral parlor in Thessaloniki failed to issue receipts in 613 cases from 2013 to 2016, hiding income of over 652,000 euros. Another funeral parlor in the same city hid revenues of 435,000 euros in 2012.
- A betting agency in Attica failed to pay income tax of more than 632,000 euros in 2015-16.
huh? So gynecologists, oncologists, and dentists in Greece make 600,000 euros per year? No way, unless they own many practices, but I still doubt it because that is at least triple what an American dentist makes in a country where the standard of living is probably 5 times that of Greece.
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Old 02-26-2019, 09:17 AM   #2772
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Four Greek regions among poorest in EU, data show


Four of Greece's 13 regional units are among the 20 poorest in the European Union according to GDP per capita, a Eurostat report published on Tuesday has shown.

Eastern Macedonia and Thrace ranked in 11th place, followed by Epirus in 13th, the Northern Aegean in 14th and Western Macedonia in 17th place, with five Bulgarian regions taking up as many spots in the top 10, including the two poorest parts of the bloc. In terms of the richest regions in the European Union, Inner London-West and Luxembourg topped the list.

With 91 percent, Attica was the only Greek region to have a GDP per capita above 75 percent of the EU average in 2017, with the remaining 12 falling below that threshold, the European statistical agency reported.

The lowest GDP per capita in Greece was in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace (46 pct), Epirus and the Northern Aegean (48 percent) and Western Greece (49 pct). These were followed by Thessaly (52 percent), Central Macedonia (53 pct), the Peloponnese (56 pct), Crete (57 pct), Western Macedonia (59 pct), Central Greece and the Ionian Islands (62 pct), and the Northern Aegean (72 pct).

Bulgaria's poorest region had just 31 percent of the average EU GDP/capita in 2017, with wealthy Inner London-West enjoying a rate of 626 percent.
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