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Do I have to pay taxes on my foreign income as a Greek Golden Visa holder?

I have been living in Athens as a Greek Golden Visa holder since last year. During this period, I worked as a freelance graphic designer for several companies in my home country and received payments into my Greek bank account. Do I have to pay taxes on this foreign income sent to me while living in Greece?


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  • Dimitra Mella & Partners
    June 21, 2019

    Given that you are not a Greek tax resident (if my understanding is correct), you do not have such obligation. You would have only if you had income that you earn in Greece. But since this is not the case here, you do not have to declare something here.

  • Energopiisi SA Investment Consulting Services
    April 25, 2019

    Of course not, since you are not a Greek tax resident. Besides, the related services were delivered abroad, independently of the account. In the case of you being Greek tax resident, your taxation is being settled in Greece under the terms of the double-taxation convention between Greece and your home country.

  • Penny Konitsioti
    April 27, 2019

    Please be aware that since you have a property in Greece and also professional activity, you are obliged to pay taxes for the gain activity as well as for the property. For more details you may advice an accountant on this.

  • Stilianos Ch. Proestakis
    April 22, 2019

    Definitely not. Taxes ought to be paid for income earned in Greece.

  • O&A Maris Law Office
    April 23, 2019

    No, you don't have to pay taxes on your foreign income as a Golden Visa holder. You would have to pay only in the case that you were a tax resident of Greece, with the prejudice of the bilateral double-tax avoidance convention between Greece and your country.