The disputed object is the limit of the tax free and this time is in progress, a meeting on the 6th floor of the ministry of finance between the technical teams of both sides, attempting to find a compromise solution.
The lenders insist on taxing those on low incomes, while the Greek side is seeking to “push” the charges towards the middle incomes.
The Greek side tabled a counter-proposal, which provides for the 22,5% of the first coefficient. This practically means that the tax-exempt “clipped” by about 200 euros. So in today’s tax-exempt 9.559 euro the debt will be called upon to pay a tax to 49 euro instead of zero. The proposal of creditors is to “come down” the tax-exempt 7.000 euro which means that the tax will amount to 501 euros.