Non-issuance of receipts, non-declaration of income, inaccurate VAT declarations: these are the findings of the auditors of the Independent Authority for Public Revenue in six companies which mainly sell via the Internet.
The total tax evasion amounts to 1.7 million euros, of which more than 50% of this amount relates to a pensioner.
More in detail:
In Thessaloniki, after processing the confiscated files of a retiree, for the years 2018 and 2019, the non-issuance of 55,000 tax data, with a total value of 950,000 euros, for online sales.
In a sole proprietorship selling products over the internet in Achaia, after opening accounts, it was noted for the years 2016-2018, the non-issuance of an undetermined number of sales receipts, as well as the incorrect declaration of income. tax and VAT declarations. with a total value of 280,000 euros.
After processing the confiscated files of a businessman in Thessaloniki, it emerged, during the years 2017 to 2019, the non-issuance of 6,500 tax data, with a total value of 140,000 euros from internet sales.
On an Ionian island, after processing the confiscated files of a personal business for sale via the Internet, for the years 2016 to 2019, the non-issuance of 3,000 tax data appeared, as well as the incorrect submission of tax returns on the income and VAT, total worth 125,000 euros.
A sole proprietorship in Central Macedonia, having as its object the retail trade of clothing, for the years 2016 to 2019, after processing the confiscated files, it was found that it had not issued 5 tax data for sales on the Internet worth 110,000 euros.
After processing the confiscated files of a businessman in Arta, it was noted, for the years 2017 and 2018, the non-issuance of tax data as well as the incorrect presentation of income tax and VAT returns. , with a total value of 88,000 euros from internet sales.