The myDATA is the platform created by the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (IAPR) to digitize the declaration of companies’ financial and accounting data through the transmission of electronic records to ensure and simplify compliance with their fiscal obligations.
The myDATA platform provides an easy solution for everyone. Both for businesses that have computerized accounting systems that can transmit the necessary data in an automated way (through a provider or direct ERP integration) or for companies to transmit invoice data in a simple way, through a registration form on the myDATA platform.
Which businesses are required to declare their financial and accounting data?
From 1st October 2021:
From 1st November 2021:
Dates for implementation have been postponed on three previous occasions: Oct 20, Jan 21 & July 21.
From the new dates listed above, all companies in Greece regardless of sending method (paper, PDF, electronic) are required to declare the summary and classification of issued invoices (Synopsis) and the classification of received invoices to the myDATA platform.
The myDATA platform will capture your invoice tax information and return a unique 64 Code known as a ‘Mark’ along with a QR code and a #code which will be added to your invoice as ‘proof or registration.’
Clearing your invoice data through the myDATA platform means you have all the information to create the legal tax invoice.
When the it becomes mandatory you will have 3 ways to register your invoice data with the myDATA platform:
Tungsten isn't able to register your invoice data to the Greek Government on your behalf. It has been decided that only local providers can be certified to connect to the myDATA platform. This may change over time.
Below you’ll find instructions for what to do if you use our Web Form or Integrated Solutions to send invoices to your customer over The Network.If you are a Web Form supplier on Tungsten:
For your Tungsten process from the date of the mandate go live, the only change is that you are the creator of the legal tax artefact instead of us.
To avoid discrepancies and invoice rejections by your buyer, it is important that you ensure that the invoice data you are providing in the Tungsten Web Form is the same as the data in your legal invoice.
Here’s why you should continue to send your invoices through Tungsten Network:
Useful links and information:
If you have any issues or questions on the process between the registration of invoices to the myDATA platform and submission of the legal invoice through Tungsten Network, please contact our support team who may be able to offer advice on the process*.
1Correct at the time of publishing
*It is important to note that Tungsten Network is not a professional compliance advice service, any advice given will be a recommendation only, based on our experience, we would encourage and advise you to contact the government directly for your options.
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