Mandatory transfer of data to the IAPR myDATA digital platform
In accordance with the tax legislation in force, and specifically Joint Decision No. A.1138/2020 issued by the Deputy Minister of Finance and the Governor of the IAPR, Alpha Bank is obliged to transfer to the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (IAPR) detailed supporting documents of its revenues, as well as the interest on deposits (its expenses) it pays out to business customers (legal entities, sole proprietorships and other freelance professionals).
In this context, as of 01.07.2023, Alpha Bank will send you tax-related supporting documents of transactions, as issued and transferred to the IAPR and which pertain to your professional activities, so you may meet your tax liabilities.
The documents will be sent in one of the following ways:
Via myAlpha Web for businesses, provided you have credentials
The process is very simple. You only need to log into myAlpha Web for businesses and go to My documents > Invoices to download the invoices Alpha Bank issues for your business and transfers to the IAPR myDATA digital platform.
Via email, provided you do not have myAlpha Web for businesses credentials
If you do not have e-Banking credentials and, in addition, have not provided your email address to Alpha Bank or have changed it without notifying the Bank, schedule your appointment at a network branch via myAlpha Rendez-vous for businesses, so you may update your details, by providing your email address or getting credentials for myAlpha Web for businesses.