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Starting as a Freelancer in Greece
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Carolyn Brice  Identity Verified
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May 19, 2005

Hi,

I'm starting out as a translator in Greece. I was wondering what I have to do with regard to invoicing. DO I have to register as self-employed at the tax office? How can I avoid doing that? I have been told that I can just get paid with an apodeixi dapanon, and so I don't have to provide an apodeixi parohis ipiresion.
Help!


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Carolyn Brice  Identity Verified
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Thanks May 19, 2005

Thanks a lot for your help! Will now be a regular on Translatum.

Καλή σου μέρα!


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