In the battle of the platform to offer immediate liquidity, the government is thrown again, launching the MyBusinessSupport application prepared by AADE. From today, small and medium-sized enterprises will apply there, requesting that they receive the “returnable deposit”, as it will be called, in express procedures.
For the month of April alone, the total amount of the new financial scheme reaches 1 billion euros. Then every month the amount will increase even more, depending on the needs. The aid will be provided to businesses directly by the state through TAXIS.
Despite the term “returnable”, financing will be low-interest and with elastic terms – without strict banking criteria. Businesses interested in using the scheme must register on a special electronic platform of AADE (myBusinessSupport), by April 10 at the latest. These operations are occupied from Monday by the non-dismissal clause.
600-800 euros for professionals
The other platform, which is set to open on Monday (April 6th) at the Ministry of Labor, concerns the special compensation of 800 euros for self-employed and self-employed, but has not yet been officially “baptized”. It will be uploaded on the website of the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security, along with the other for employees (supportemployees.yeka.gr) that started operating on April Fool's Day.
Beneficiaries of the special purpose compensation are, in addition to the self-employed or self-employed, even business owners of any legal form (except SA) who employ up to 5 people. For the scientists-freelancers, the beneficiaries of participation in the tele-training are subsidized with 600 euros, if they complete a relevant application on another platform at the Ministry of Labor.
“It's raining” returns
In the spring, however, in April and May, it will “rain” and return taxes and contributions. Both the Ministries of Finance and Labor have ordered those who are waiting to receive the money.
AADE will return taxes of up to 30,000 euros with summary proceedings, while the Ministry of Labor is also looking for IBANs who are entitled to a refund after the liquidation of the contributions paid in 2018. The goal is for the refunds to start “running” next week, to the bank beneficiaries' accounts.