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Immovable Property Tax scam warning

THERE have been many reported scams where property developers demand ‘Immovable Property Tax’ from property buyers. But rather than being based on the assessed 1980 value of the property as prescribed by law, these property developers base their illegal calculations on the price the buyer has paid for a property (the contract sum) as shown […]

Immovable property tax & fraudulent practices

The Immovable Property Tax law based on 1980 values is to most foreigners a very confusing concept which has no parallel in other EU countries. Relying on this confusion, developers ensnare and contain clients in the Title Deed trap.

Immovable Property Tax Announcement

The Cyprus Inland Revenue Department has issued the following announcement regarding the payment of Immovable Property Tax for 2014 and offers a discount of 15% if the IPT is fully paid by 31 October 2014.

Refunding developers’ Immovable Property Tax

Over the past few of weeks we have received literally dozens of emails from people who have received unreasonable demands for Immovable Property Tax (IPT) from their developers.

Money off your Immovable Property Tax bill (updated)

Update – 18 October. At yesterday’s Plenary session of Parliament, the majority of Cypriot MPs agreed to extend the 10 per cent discount period to those who pay their IPT by 5th November 2013.

Yet another Immovable Property Tax scam

Just when we thought we had reported all of the Cyprus Immovable Property Tax scams, yet another one rears its ugly head; this time by a well-known Paphos-based developer.

Over 306,000 to pay Immovable Property Tax

If the Cyprus parliament passes the proposed changes to Immovable Property Tax the government expects to collect €44.4 million from more than 306,000 taxpayers, while some 65,000 taxpayers will be exempt.

Cabinet modifies Immovable Property Tax charges

At a meeting in Troodos yesterday, the cabinet decided that those with properties whose 1980 value is €5,000 or less will be exempt from paying IPT and scrapped the €75 minimum charge.

Cyprus Immovable Property Tax 2014

The law amending the Cyprus Immovable Property Tax Laws for 2014 has now been published in the Cyprus Gazette and it offers a 15 per cent discount for those who pay early.

Immovable Property Tax up in the air

Following the wrecking of the draft bill to change the Immovable Property Tax rates for 2014, the Inland Revenue Department has suggested that last year’s law be extended for a further year.

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