Further suspension of payment of the due VAT whose payment had been suspended until November 10 2020

Regarding the right to pay in installments due VAT whose payment was suspended for November 10, a further right to pay the due VAT whose payment was suspended until November 10, 2020 is given in the context of managing the effects of the COVID – 19 epidemic, in six (6) equal installments from November 10, 2020 until April 10, 2021 without the imposition of additional tax and interest on these amounts.

The exemption from the imposition of additional tax and interest, applies to all cases of tax due for which the payment was suspended until November 10, 2020, whether it concerned a quarterly or monthly tax return. Please note that in no case does it include a tax return in respect of which there was no right to suspend the payment of the due tax until 10 November 2020. The amount due that has remained pending and has not yet been paid in these cases, should be paid in six (6) equal installments, and the corresponding amount should be paid on the 10th of each month starting from 10 November 2020, ie on 10/11/2020, 10/12/2020, 10/1/2021, 10 / 2/2021, 10/3/2021 and 10/4/2021. Please note that there is a possibility, if you wish, to pay the tax due, in fewer, consecutive, monthly installments starting in each case from November 10, 2020. Each installment should be at least equal to one sixth (1 / 6) of the tax due as it is pending on November 10, 2020

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