In Greece, a person is regarded a tax resident if they fulfil formal and material requirements, such as:
|they have a permanent residence or home in Greece (available place for living)|
|they have a habitual stay in Greece, i.e. they stay in the country for more than 183 days, except for the purposes of studying, medical treatment or commuting to work|
The tax residency is not based on formal requirements, as the actual situation is analysed by the tax authorities. The individuals are required to register their Estonian tax residency with the tax authorities.
For the purposes of calculation of the days of presence in Greece within one or more periods, any part of the day of presence is regarded as a whole day (including day of arrival and day of departure).
Split tax residency is not acknowledged between more countries within one tax period.
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