ENFIA is due in taxisnet this weekend – In six installments the payment, double in October

Today – probably in the afternoon – the posting of the ENFIA statements to Taxis begins and is expected to be completed within the weekend at the latest. The tax will be paid in six equal installments. However, the first one (for those who do not pay on September 30) will be double and will be paid at the end of October and the last one in February. Significant changes are not expected and the total bill will move to 2019 levels, with few exceptions.

It should be noted that the permanent residents of the 28 smaller islands of the country are excluded from the payment of ENFIA.

The 7.3 million property owners will be asked to pay a total tax of 2.5 billion euros. Note that there is no tax deduction in the case of a lump sum payment.

The new statements of ENFIA incorporate tax reductions of 10% – 30% depending on the amount of real estate which were valid in 2019, discounts of 50% or even 100% for special categories of taxpayers and “hidden” charges for those who have arrange arbitrary building surfaces.

Those who did not have any change in their property situation will find that they will pay exactly the same ENFIA as they paid in 2019. On the contrary for those who acquired or sold a property in 2019 will see the new amount of tax they will be asked to pay while for over 1 million taxpayers the liquidation of ENFIA will show again this year half tax or full exemption.

The winners of ENFIA

The winners include more than 260,000 property owners who have lost rental income due to a mandatory 40% or optional at least 30% reduction as 30% to 40% of losses will be offset by property tax.

A lower ENFIA will also arise for those who are entitled to an income tax refund as this will be offset against the tax they will be required to pay for their real estate.

Property owners will see in this year’s statement the same tax reductions that were in force in 2019 and which depending on the value of real estate are:

  • 30% for real estate value up to 60,000 euros,
  • 27% for real estate value up to 70,000 euros,
  • 25% for real estate value up to 80,000 euros,
  • 20% for real estate value up to 1,000,000 euros and
  • 10% for real estate value over 1,000,000 euros.
  • At the same time, for over 1 million taxpayers, the ENFIA statement will have half tax or full exemption.

50% discount will be given to property owners if:

  1. The total taxable family income does not exceed 9,000 euros, increased by 1,000 euros for the spouse and each dependent member.
  2. The total area of ​​the buildings does not exceed 150 sq.m.
  3. The total value of the real estate does not exceed 85,000 euros for the unmarried, 150,000 euros for the married with one dependent child and 200,000 euros for the married with two dependent children.

Families with three or more children or who include people with a disability rate of more than 80% will be fully exempt from the tax if they meet the following criteria:

  1. The total annual net family income does not exceed 12,000 euros, increased by 1,000 euros for the spouse and each dependent member.
  2. The total area of ​​the buildings does not exceed 150 sq.m.

Exemption from ENFIA for small islands

It should be noted that the payment of ENFIA for 10,000 taxpayers who are permanent residents of 28 remote and small islands with a population not exceeding 1,200 inhabitants has been abolished. The exemption concerns natural persons who have their main residence in these areas, and covers the total property they have in those areas, ie in the specific islands.

The property of these persons in other areas of Greece is excluded. For example, if a taxpayer has his main residence in Nisyros and at the same time owns another property (eg apartment) in Athens he will be exempt from ENFIA for his main residence in Nisyros but will be charged ENFIA for the apartment Athena’s.

But if he has another property located on one of the small islands e.g. in Tilos, will not pay any tax on his real estate. He will be completely excluded from ENFIA. On the other hand, the owners who own a property in one of the 28 small islands but do not have their main residence on the island are not exempt from the tax.

source -newsit.gr

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