Alarm with Taxisnet codes: Emergency announcement by AADE

Alarm with Taxisnet codes: Emergency announcement by AADE

ADEA: AADE made an announcement concerning our Taxisnet codes.

Taxisnet access codes are the “keys” that allow taxpayers to submit tax returns, issue certificates, submit requests, and access government services that are done electronically.

This is why password protection is particularly important.

AADE has created the special code management application through which interested parties can create individual codes for specific tasks.

For example, with special codes, you authorize a program/software to submit information about you, without revealing to the software manufacturer or operator your actual master codes.

The procedure is described in the following questions and answers.

Who needs to use the Code Manager app?

The special codes management application allows the creation of a “username” and “password” couple for specific services such as those found in the “Available services” section. By using TAXISnet codes, you can connect to the application for managing special codes.

Why are special codes needed?

The special code pairs are separate from the main TAXISnet codes and different per application/service supported.

The special codes are an additional means of security so that you do not have to share your TAXISnet master codes with others when necessary to use one of the supported applications.

For example, with special codes, you authorize a program/software to submit information about you, without revealing to the software manufacturer or operator your actual master codes.

Is there a different treatment of Natural and Legal Persons by the Special Codes Management application?

Yes. In the case of a natural person, the issuance of special codes is carried out by the debtor himself, while in the case of a legal person, it is carried out exclusively by a natural person who has been authorized as “representative of the legal entity” through the permissions application.

Through the application of powers of attorney, a Legal Entity has the ability to authorize more than one Natural Person as its representatives, granting them full access to the Legal Entity’s tax obligations.

The revocation of this authorization does not affect the validity of the special codes already issued.

Legal entities can only retrieve the username (but not the password) of the special code pair issued on their behalf by their representatives through the Manage Special Codes application in the Existing Special Codes section.

Natural Persons, provided that they have been designated as representatives by one or more legal persons, must, when entering the Special Codes Management application, make a “Role Selection” and select:

– I want to act…. “for myself”

– With this option, they create/revoke special codes that are specific to their own VAT number.

– I want to act…. “as a representative of a legal person”.

– The TIN of the Legal Entity for which a special code is to be issued/revoked is selected from the list of TINs that will appear.

In “Available services”, the option to create a special code is not activated. For what;

For this, your TIN belongs to a legal entity according to TAXIS data.

Special Codes must be generated or revoked for you by one of the natural persons designated by you as your “representatives” via the authorization request.

You can only see usernames that your representatives have created for you.

I am an accountant / accounting office. Can I issue special codes for my customers?

The Special Code Management application only exploits the authorizations of Legal Entities to their “representatives”, and not the authorizations to Accountants for specific applications.

How many “special codes” can I generate?

Only one special code for each “Available Service” can be active from each beneficiary, at any time.

This special code can be revoked and a new one issued whenever deemed necessary via the “Special Codes Management” application. The revocation can only be done by the person who can issue a new special code for the TIN in question (see question 3).

How many and which characters are allowed in the user’s login and password?

The login code and the user password must consist of at least ten characters (with a maximum length of one hundred characters).

In the input code, the use of uppercase Latin alphabetic characters AZ, numeric characters 0-9 and non-alphanumeric hyphen is allowed.

The Code requires at least one non-alphanumeric character and at least one alphanumeric character.

The password user is allowed to use uppercase Latin AZ characters, lowercase Latin az characters and numbers from 0 to 9, as well as symbols.

!@#$^*()/+=|?;:.,-~{} . The password requires at least one alphabetic character and at least one numeric character or one of the allowed symbols.

Now in new codes and passwords &% symbols are not accepted.

Existing ones can continue to be used until revoked.

Can I revoke or replace a special code?

Yes, from the Existing Special Codes section by activating the “Revoke Special Code” option.

If the “Special code revocation” option is not available, the TIN belongs to a legal entity and the revocation must be carried out by one of the “representatives” of the legal entity.

When revoking a special code for a service, this service appears again in the “Available services” section and it is possible, if desired, to create a new special code for this service.

Recall and replacement of a special code should be done when it is suspected to be at risk of eavesdropping, or at regular intervals as a security measure.

Can I reuse a special code that I revoked?

No. A special login code (username) can only be issued once, by a TIN, for the purposes of a single service.

After it is revoked, it cannot be used by anyone, nor be defined as a new special code by the same or another TIN, for the same service or another.

AADE: Abolition of… dogs – See what we tell the tax authorities to control us

The AADE engaged in a merciless hunt for taxpayers, even offering bonuses to tax officials!

The AADE is launching an intensification of tax audits, as well as procedures for recovering unpaid debts from the public, through the establishment of special bonuses for tax officials.

By decision of the Commander of AADE, Giorgos Pitsilis, specific targets are established that the audit departments must achieve, but the departments that exceed the targets in terms of the number of audits and the certification of taxes and fines will also receive a special sum of money. reward.

The evaluation of organizational units of the Authority, with the aim of rewarding them, aims to measure their effectiveness and efficiency based on their contribution to operational planning and the achievement of strategic objectives, the decision states.

The criteria are the number of regular and preventive checks they carry out and the fines they confirm.

The evaluation will be made by a special commission, based on the points system, depending on the performance and the personnel and the field of action of each service.

The prize money will be distributed to all employees of each department and not just to auditors.

Higher bonuses are provided for the disclosure of significant cases of tax evasion and smuggling, under dangerous conditions, but also for the successful handling of cases of particular gravity.

In particular, with the decision of the AADE, the general price of effectiveness and efficiency of the Organic Units of the AADE is determined, as well as special prices for:

  • The high performance and the particular contribution of the Organic Units in the achievement of the strategic objectives of the AADE and in the accomplishment of its mission or in the achievement of the milestones set for the Authority within the framework of the Recovery and Resilience Plan or for the disclosure of particularly important cases of tax evasion and smuggling.
  • The participation of Organizational Units in the implementation of important projects or their response to extraordinary events, outside of the operational plan of AADE.
  • The taking of initiatives by the Organic Units which value the work of the AADE.
  • The management of particularly serious cases or in special working conditions.
  • Social contribution and environmental sensitivity.

The evaluation criterion for the general award is the effectiveness of each organizational unit, i.e. its degree of achievement in relation to its objectives set on the basis of AADE’s business plan, in taking into account its human resources (staffing).

More specifically, the criteria that will count are:

  • The high performance in relation to the objectives and the particular contribution of the Organic Units to the achievement of the strategic objectives of AADE.
  • The processing of files of particular complexity within deadlines – suffocating deadlines, while meeting more than 100% of the critical performance indicators of the tax and customs administration.
  • The successful coordination of organizational units in the implementation of the objectives, business plans, programs, reforms or milestones that have been set for the Authority within the framework of the recovery and resilience plan, with significant and measurable results in the work of the AADE.
  • The revelation of particularly important cases of tax evasion and smuggling, in particularly dangerous conditions, having a significant weight in the work of the AADE.
  • The taking of initiatives by the Organic Units, which value the work of the AADE. The initiatives are evaluated according to the originality of the idea and its effectiveness combined with the multiplier benefit they bring.
  • Submission of a reasoned proposal following a study, which leads to an increase in public revenue.
  • The treatment of cases of particular gravity (in terms of the effect on the revenue received by the auditor of the organizational unit from the charging of taxes, duties or fees, as a result of audits).

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