Greeks were in 2.6 billion euros in tax arrears in April, according to data released from the Greek tax office.

The number of debtors increased by 25% in the same month, rising to 4,645,591 individuals from 3,728,114 in March. In April specifically, the number of taxpayers with outstanding debts grew by 917,477, exceeding 4.6 million.

Data for the first four months of 2024 indicate that “recent” tax arrears amounted to 2.924 billion euros, while unpaid taxes amounted to 2.607 billion euros between January and April 2024.

Overdue debts to the Greek tax office have risen to 107.057 billion euros, of which 26.326 billion euros are considered uncollectible, resulting in a net debt of 80.731 billion euros, according to the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (IAPR).

Of the 4,645,591 debtors, 2,112,703 are subject to asset and bank account seizures, while 1,520,015 debtors have been subjected to compulsory collection measures.

Online Greek Tax Office Monitoring
At the same time, the Greek tax authorities are moving ahead with the launch of a new online system to monitor taxpayers with tax debts based on the amount owed and their income and asset status through the full activation of the Eispraxis system.

Meanwhile, IAPR is preparing to take aim against major debtors by accelerating property auctions and making the names of delinquent debtors owing 150,000 euros each public.

After a brief hiatus due to the European elections, IAPR ‘s electronic auction system will be activated again on Wednesday, June 26, with a 5-star hotel in Rhodes going up for auction at a starting bid of 7.5 million euros.


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