Public, information demonstrating that the limits of tolerance of the citizens in ever-increasing tax burden have been long since exhausted.
More than half of Greek taxpayers are no longer debtors and overdue debts to the Irs, while the total of debts exceeds the 50% of GDP.
In accordance, in particular, with new data announced by the General Secretariat of Public Revenue, taxpayers who have unpaid debts to the Tax offices, increased by approximately 340,000 in within a month, as at the end of September reached of 4.37 million, while at the end of August amounted to 4.03 million.
In addition, in September left unpaid other 1,354 billion. euro debts, taxes and other charges in favour of the Public, with the result that the total amount of overdue debts to the TAX office to exceed 92,75 billion. euro and corresponds to a percentage much larger than the 52% of the GDP!
At the same time, the tax authorities impose ever-increasing pace of foreclosures on properties, deposits and incomes of hundreds of thousands of debtors of the State, in an effort to increase collections of debts, reports the Free Press. Last September, the rates of imposition of coercive measures for recovery have increased dramatically, as well as the foreclosures that were imposed against debtors of the State amounted to 14.626 compared to just 39 in August! Overall in the nine-month period January-September 2016 the seizures imposed in assets, deposits and earnings debtors the Public amounted to 93.873.