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No Seizure of Salaries, Pensions Up to 1,500 Euros

debtThe Greek government decided on the unseizable increase in salaries and pensions to the amount of 1,500 euro and the increase of duration of protection of the payroll accounts of each seizure type in one week.
Meanwhile, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras asked the leadership of the Ministry of Finance for results from the investigation of any kind of list of tax evaders, for example, the Lagarde list.
Specifically, in a meeting held at the Maximos Mansion, Samaras ordered immediate acceleration of process control for remittances of three years from 2009-2011, so that government can battle against tax evasion.
After the meeting, it was found that the Lagarde list added more people who were checked for precaution. It is noticeable that the mechanism set up for this purpose works, but is expected to intensify further tests in the coming weeks and the first months of 2014.
The Greek government decided to increase the unseizable salaries and pensions of 1,000 euros to 1,500 euros; the protection of payroll accounts from attachment time, which will be extended from 24 hours to one week from the time that command will be issued. This means that once they get the salary account, there is no seizure if it does not pass at least one week, even if the amount outstanding exceeds 1,500 euros.
Moreover, the Finance Ministry will deposit legislation which will predict no longer seized for debts up to 500 euros. The regulation applies to freelancers, renters, etc.  The Greek government also discussed issues of preparation on the arrival of the Troika.

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