Mixos wrote:Obviously this is only of interest to those of us who are still UK tax resident
Mixos wrote:If you already pay tax in UK you can claim it back under the double taxation convention. .
footscapes wrote:There is an overriding clause in the current tax bill that allows foreigners living in Greece to avoid tax residency.
I haven't looked at the actual law but on the main LiC site it says, "This paragraph is not applied in case that the individual spends more than 183 days only for tourist or health reasons or other private reasons. The final three words would seem to encompass a few things.footscapes wrote:The get out statement only mentions the 183 day rule and so implies that it is only a get out for that condition.
Mixos wrote:Thanks Paul, that's very interesting. I assume therefore that George Atsalakis and other accountants must simply write an agreed form of words on your/their tax returns, invoking the "get out clause,"...
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