February 6, 2023

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Fines for losing supporting documents for a refunded deposit!

The AADE has decided to finally return all state aid thousands of businesses received during the pandemic, as the supporting documents they submitted after the extensions were found to be insufficient.

In this context, posted on the accounts of individuals and legal entities on Taxisnet, Final accounts for outstanding advances They are required to pay it back with interest by January 31, 2023.

These are 18,000 TINs for natural and legal persons Did not meet standardsIn order to obtain state aid for the period of the epidemic and after submitting applications and receiving the amounts, they will now return them.

It should be noted that through 7 cycles of recoverable advances, A total of €8.3 billion has been awarded To support companies and the self-employed with standards to reduce employee turnover and maintain working conditions for a period of time.

The total amount they received was approx 700,000 professionalsMany of them participated in more than one course.

Missing supporting documents

After many extensions, the deadline for submitting supporting documents has been set as December 30, 2022. State aid recipients provided supporting documents but it turned out About 18,000 of them did not meet the criteria And they were reassured of the total amounts they received, as interest for delay in payment, which begins to be calculated from the date of receipt of the assistance.

The amounts must be repaid with interest Until January 31, 2023 Or join a partial payment arrangement.

Lay off

In most cases, the main problem was that the recruitment criterion was not met, i.e. commitment To maintain the same number of employees for a certain period of time.

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Violators of this term were identified by checking his file taxcent with order ArganiDespite the relaxation of the standard scheduled last November, it was found that:

  • The obligation to maintain the number of employees is not fulfilled if the average number of employees during the months of the obligation to maintain is one unit or more less than the initial number of employees employed by the company.
  • The obligation to maintain the number of employees has been fulfilled if the average number of employees during the months of the obligation to maintain is greater than, equal to, or less than 1 unit with respect to the initial number of employees employed by the company.
  • In this context, if an enterprise terminates the contract of one worker for one month, but hires another worker for the following month, it will be deemed to have fulfilled the criterion of maintaining the number of workers.

tax violations

At the same time, major tax violations or frauds by clever people in order to obtain free state aid have also been exposed.

most of them submit late returns for 2019 (pre-pandemic) and increase turnover, So that the turnover of the pandemic period shows a significant decrease and they are classified as affected and therefore the beneficiaries of recoverable advances.
However, checks for tax irregularities will continue on recipients of refundable advances.