E.E.T.A. increases by 30.33%

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jet
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E.E.T.A. increases by 30.33%

Postby jet » Tue Aug 13, 2013 2:49 pm

see your E-Bill on www.dei.gr from 09.08.2013

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Kilkis
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Postby Kilkis » Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:01 pm

This might be a more useful link for most people?

https://www.dei.com.gr/Ebill/Login.aspx?lang=2

Warwick

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Postby footscapes » Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:41 pm

Useful link(s) - thanks both.

Having registered and accessed the invoices I'm still awaiting in hard copy, I too find that my property tax has gone up by 30.33% this year. Pie consumption on the increase at fatty's new offices, perhaps?

It's interesting to note that on another forum, far, far away, somewhere close to the dark side, others are reporting the following changes in property tax:

- 15% (x2)
+ 27% (x1)
+ 15% (x1)
"up" (x1)

Anyone else care to share their own % change this year?

Paul

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Postby altohb » Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:17 pm

I've just registered. Our tax is down by 15% as well - some good news for a change.

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Postby ladylinda » Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:24 pm

ours down 15 % too.

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Postby Rej » Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:54 pm

Thanks for useful links.

If I am understanding the calculation in my new and old bills correctly, my property tax has increased by 46.6% !!!

The fudge factor applied to the square metres of my house has increased by 10% and the tax per fudged metre has increased by 33.33%.

I'm thrilled.

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Postby Kilkis » Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:58 pm

Mine is down 15 %. The rate is initially shown as the same as last year and then a 15 % reduction is applied.

I can think of one situation where somebody might experience a significant increase. If a property didn't have a Τιμή Ζώνης applied to it last year the emergency property tax was calculated as the area x €3 x 1. If a Τιμή Ζώνης has now been assessed the emergency property tax this year would be calculated, typically, as area x €4 x 1.2. That is a 60 % increase. If you now apply a 15 % reduction that becomes a 36 % increase from last year. In some areas the €4 could be higher and the factor 1.2 could be anywhere between 1.25 and 1.0 depending on the age of the property. Note that Τιμή Ζώνης is not specifically to do with the emergency property tax as such. It has been used for some time to calculate an additional small tax that is added to the Council tax. Some properties had it and some properties didn't. It was used, in bands, to determine the level of emergency property tax per sqm. €3 per sqm was a default for properties where no value for Τιμή Ζώνης had been allocated.

For the first bill including the tax, the detail of the calculation is shown on the bottom left hand side of the front page. Mine first shows the calculation without the 15 % reduction. It then calculates the 15 % reduction. It then shows the final amount after the 15 % reduction has been applied. On the second page the reduced value is shown and then one fifth of that value since it will be paid in 5 instalments.

Warwick

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Postby footscapes » Tue Aug 13, 2013 5:20 pm

I hadn't spotted the calculation on page 1. We have no T.Z. and our rate has indeed increased from 3 to 4 Eur per m2. Uplift of 1.15 and discount of 15% gives a 30.33% rise overall.

One of the most galling things is that the lion's share of our property tax is on our rental studios and is expressly excluded when calculating our trading profit.

Paul

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Postby Kilkis » Tue Aug 13, 2013 6:00 pm

I don't really follow your sums, Paul. An increase from €3 to €4 is a 33 % increase, i.e. 1.33 x not 1.15 x. When you then take off the 15 % reduction you finish up with an overall increase of 13.33 %?

Warwick

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Postby footscapes » Tue Aug 13, 2013 6:12 pm

(4/3) x 1.15 x .85 = 1.3033

There was no age uplift applied previously, it was a straight Eur 3 per m2.

Paul

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Postby Kilkis » Wed Aug 14, 2013 8:03 am

Sorry. Paul. I misinterpreted the phrase "Uplift of 1.15".

Warwick

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Postby bobscott » Wed Aug 14, 2013 3:08 pm

footscapes wrote:I hadn't spotted the calculation on page 1. We have no T.Z. and our rate has indeed increased from 3 to 4 Eur per m2. Uplift of 1.15 and discount of 15% gives a 30.33% rise overall.

One of the most galling things is that the lion's share of our property tax is on our rental studios and is expressly excluded when calculating our trading profit.

Paul


Our new bill is the same. 97x1,15 (used to be 1) x €4 (used to be 3). Net result is the EETA has gone up from €58.20 per instalment to €75.85

Edit: PS - thanks for the link Warwick.
Yesterday today was tomorrow. Don't dilly dally!

Rej
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Postby Rej » Wed Aug 14, 2013 4:08 pm

Rej wrote:Thanks for useful links.

If I am understanding the calculation in my new and old bills correctly, my property tax has increased by 46.6% !!!

The fudge factor applied to the square metres of my house has increased by 10% and the tax per fudged metre has increased by 33.33%.

I'm thrilled.


I missed the 15% discount. It's only 25% increase. I feel much better now.

jet
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Postby jet » Thu Aug 15, 2013 12:20 am

footscapes wrote:I hadn't spotted the calculation on page 1. We have no T.Z. and our rate has indeed increased from 3 to 4 Eur per m2. Uplift of 1.15 and discount of 15% gives a 30.33% rise overall.

One of the most galling things is that the lion's share of our property tax is on our rental studios and is expressly excluded when calculating our trading profit.

Paul


precisely correct :-)

I would have inserted a picture, but I can not find the solution ;-(

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Postby johnincrete » Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:29 am

I'm glad I rent!!!!


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