Tax incentives and exemptions envisaged by the government for property owners who will receive rent "clipped" by 40%. particularly, There are thoughts "haircut" on their ENFIA of around 25%, as requested by the Hellenic Property Federation (POMIDA)…….
The Development and Investment Minister, Adonis Georgiades, stated "We'll see how it is", the show "Good Morning Greece" ANT1, referring to the percentage of discount would have to ENFIA property owners affected by the forced reduction of their rents. He revealed that they are in contact with the president of the Federation, Stratos Paradias. "From the beginning trying to tell us what to do and for those owners. We will see how we can help and this side ", the minister added.
Recall that in a recent communication the POMIDA stressed that "the government's decision to expand compulsory rent reduction 40% All affected sectors of the economy (and not just those businesses closed after state command) It is an extremely negative development as a challenge and ridicule for homeowners'. In the same document it is hoped to adopt the Government of the Federation's proposal to reduce the 'ENFIA in 25% for all taxpayers, individuals and companies, They will be able to be consistent in this year's "payment.
From now on, Mr.. Georgiadis spoke about the measures taken by the government to address the coronavirus. "To know how much you spend you have to know the account", He underlined the floor of Parliament. He pointed out that " 2020 It will be a year of recession ", specifying that even we can not know if this will be great, medium or small, since the health crisis is underway.
End, He estimated that this year "will be a bad tourist years, perhaps the next if the virus continues ", adding, however, that over-reliance on this sector is a distortion. "There is a need to discuss calmly how to properly make the next day, to revisit the productive model. Tourism is not all bad, but need to see the whole productive model. Only tourism is not enough. We direct NSRF resources industry, but today there is no area that has not been affected ", write down.
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