YoMo2 wrote:Roussa wrote:GlennB wrote:
On consideration, surely the smart move is to forget about actually submitting your declaration until the deadline for Greek residents has passed. (Assuming you are non-resident for tax purposes). The office will then only be dealing with non-residents. By definition, there will be a lot fewer of them, and you have an extra three months to submit.
Just a thought.
Makes sense in theory, but it might be as well to be sure that tax residence is the criterion used for when you should submit your papers. Our accountant informed non residents about this before us, but on the grounds that non residents would have to arrange flights etc to come and do the necessary. Tax residence wasn't mentioned at all.