Taxation of people residing abroad has always been a special part of tax legislation, as has the transfer of tax residence, which is nowadays a very topical issue. Having many years of expertise and experience in matters of non-residents living in European countries as well as in third countries and knowing that the need for consulting support in tax matters for people living and working abroad is great, we decided for your convenience to offer you reliable and responsible support in these matters by creating annual support packages through Kraniotis.gr.
Our office, having a large client base of non-residents, is able to serve you with substantiated answers, with reference to the paragraph of the Law we rely on, as the primary concern for a non-resident, natural or legal person, who wants to transfer their tax residence to Greece or establish their own business here, is the good knowledge of the tax system which is extremely important so that they do not face taxes that they did not anticipate. For this reason, our team includes professionals, who are committed to the consistency of the services they provide and to the standards of our accounting office and in cooperation with specialized legal advisors, labour experts, notaries, engineers, architects, NSRF program consultants, certified appraisers, we are ready to meet your every need.
Our new address where the conference room can be found is located on 38 Kamvysi st. 24100 Kalamata. For remote services via zoom, Skype and email please make an appointment and someone from our team will contact you to confirm as soon as possible.
By purchasing this package you earn an annual subscription to our office for outstanding issues you have in Greece.
1. Tax return (E1 form) of the person liable (incl. spouse's if common)
2. Client file
3. Outstanding Debts Alert System from our platform
4. Payment Notifications for the Unified Property Tax (ENFIA)
5. Circulation Taxes Notifications
6. Tax payments
7. Tax Representative Service
8. Update on new laws concerning people residing abroad (non residents) by email
9. Sending public documents related to the service