The Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) announced today, May 20, the completion of the reorganization of Greece’s tax services in the region of Attica.

The transformation is a key part of broader efforts to overhaul the tax system, with a strong focus on cracking down on tax evasion.

The initiative reflects the Ministry of Finance and AADE’s commitment to improving tax compliance and boosting public revenue through stricter enforcement.

AADE’s multifaceted plan leverages new technologies, artificial intelligence, a universal connection of cash registers and POS devices, and extensive cross-checks of declared incomes and assets to identify tax evasion.

The directive from the Ministry of Finance and AADE to all state tax auditing services is to combat tax evasion with all available resources, aiming to increase budget revenues and eventually adjust tax criteria and rates affecting employees, pensioners, professionals, and farmers.

The reorganization transfers responsibilities for property transfer and real estate ownership taxation from several local tax offices, including IG’ Athens, Agioi Anargyroi, Glyfada, Ilioupoli, Kallithea, Nea Ionia, A’ Piraeus, E’ Piraeus, Nikaia, and Peristeri, to Attica’s Taxation Center.

Henceforth, all taxpayers in Attica will be served digitally through the “My Requests” application on the myAADE digital portal ( or via the myAADEapp.

Additionally, taxpayers can receive phone support through the Taxpayer Service Center at +30 213 162 1000, available on working days from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.