If you cannot prove to the Greek tax authorities that the money originated outside Greece they will assume that you earned the money here and will demand income tax on the full amount. The generally accepted proof is a "pink" slip issued by a Greek bank and you will be hard pressed to persuade them to accept anything else.annabanana wrote:We have heard that in the future if we sell our house we need to prove that the money came from UK to avoid paying taxes.
allan wrote:She could always put it here>>>>>>>
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/wales/north_ ... 190055.stm
rampanthorse wrote:dont know if you realise this but the bank does not just give you a pink slip, you have to go to the bank and ask for it each year.
I'd be inclined to substitute "might" or "ought" for "must".paulh wrote:.... so alternative proof of where the money came from must also be acceptable.
filippos wrote:Bank of Cyprus gives ours direct to our accountant when he asks for them which is usually just before our tax return is due. I have never seen a "pink" slip [of any colour].
moggieman wrote:You can always put it into my bank i will be only two pleased to look after it
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