Which transactions count in building the tax deduction?

The transactions that count in building the tax deduction refer to expenses for purchasing of goods and services in the following categories (as defined by the Hellenic Statistical Authority - ELSTAT):

  • Food and non-alcoholic beverages 
  • Alcoholic beverages and tobacco
  • Clothing and footwear
  • Housing (excluding rentals)
  • Durable goods, household articles and services
  • Transportation (excluding expenses for the payment of Vehicle Circulation Tax and the purchase of vehicles, excluding bicycles)
  • Communications
  • Recreation, cultural activities (excluding the purchase of vessels, aeroplanes and aircraft)
  • Education
  • Hotels, cafes, restaurants 
  • Other goods and services.
Learn more about how instalments count in the tax deduction for each year.

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