Kilkis wrote:Guy M wrote:The best advice we ever had was to get a decent lawyer...
I completely agree but with one proviso. Many people get a lawyer first. They find they need a tax number so they let the lawyer arrange that for them. The lawyer then becomes the Greek representative on the tax registration and any future documentation will be sent to him/her. I know many people for whom this has caused significant problems. When it comes to tax the best person to deal with it is an accountant so I would recommend getting a good accountant first, let the accountant register you for a tax number and become your Greek representative and then get a good lawyer.
Kilkis wrote:Then you have been lucky. Many lawyers do not keep on top of the rapid changes in the tax code which have happened over the last few years while the good accountants do. That is not a criticism of those lawyers, since tracking tax code changes is not their primary job. Personally I would prefer to have an accountant making my tax return rather than a lawyer. Everybody makes their own choices.
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