From 2013 all Cyprus registered companies regardless their incorporation date and volume of activity are required to pay the Annual Government Levy of €350. http://www.httaudit.com.cy/index.php/component/k2/item/84-changes-in-relation-to-annual-government-levy The Levy is payable to the Registrar of Companies by 30 June of each year. For Companies incorporated after 30 June the Levy is payable upon incorporation. If you prefer REANDA Cyprus Limited to assume…
Τροποποιήσεις σε νομοθεσίες σχετικές με φορολογίες όπως ψηφίστηκαν από την Βουλή των Αντιπροσώπων ακολουθώντας το Μνημόνιο με την ΤΡΟΪΚΑ Τροποποίηση στον Περί Φόρολογίας Εισοδήματος Νόμο  Από την 1η Ιανουαρίου 2013 ο εταιρικός φορολογικός συντελεστής αυξάνεται από 10% σε 12.5%. Τροποποίηση στον Περί Επιβολής Ειδικού Φόρου Πιστωτικού Ιδρύματος Νόμο  Από την 1η Ιανουαρίου 2013 το ειδικό ποσοστό εισφοράς για τα πιστωτικά…
Income Tax Law amendmentsFrom 1 January 2013 the corporate income tax rate increases from 10% to 12.5%. Law amending the Special Levy on Credit Institution LawFrom 1 January 2013 the special levy rate for institutions operating in Cyprus increases from 0.11% to 0.15%. Law amending the Excise Duty LawThe rates of excise duty will be revised on a frequent basis…
Tuesday, 23 April 2013 11:28

Tax Facts from Reanda Member Firms

The Reanda International network is pleased to bring to you our new tax publication, Tax Year Book 2013, which aims to be a tax handbook for our clients and associates to access to the tax rates, main reliefs and exemptions of the countries of our 12 member firms. Please click here to download a copy of Tax Year Book 2013.
The Reanda International Network is pleased to present you the special 2nd Quarter 2013 issue of PRISM. In this special edition PRISM provides a general overview of information and developments of transfer pricing rules in various countries where Reanda has presence. Please click here to download a digital copy of the 2nd quarter 2013 issue of PRISM.
Eurogroup’s decision overview On the 25th of March Eurogroup has decided to provide financial assistance (low rated loan) to the Republic of Cyprus for its state budgetary needs (mainly for refinancing existing government bonds, which will expire in the next few years). Unlike prior decisions relating to other EU member states facing debt problems, Eurogroup deemed reasonable not to provide…
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