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IMF: Reinstate Immovable Property Tax

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on Cyprus to consider reinstating the Immovable Property Tax, which was withdrawn this year, and raising transfer duty to increase revenues.

Immovable Property Tax unpaid

Twenty five owners of properties valued in excess of €3 million at 1980 prices failed to pay their Immovable Property Tax by 27th December according to information from the Tax Department.

Immovable Property Tax discounts

The Tax Department will start sending Immovable Property Tax demands today that will include significant discounts agreed by parliament earlier this year of 75 per cent if they settle their account by 31 October.

Immovable Property Tax payments

In September the Tax Department will start sending Immovable Property Tax notices to some 237 thousand taxpayers who will find their tax bills reduced to 25 per cent of the amount demanded last year.

Immovable Property Tax 2016

The Cyprus parliament has agreed that Immovable Property Tax for 2016 will be based on 1980 values but reduced by 75 per cent on the amount paid last year; IPT will be abolished in 2017.

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.

Immovable Property Tax slashed

Yesterday the Council of Ministers approved a 50 per cent reduction in the Immovable Property Tax rate and put an end to the property tax collected by municipalities and communities.

Immovable property tax dodgers

Approximately 262,300 individuals have managed to avoid paying Immovable Property Tax after reportedly submitting false identification documents at Land Registry Department offices according to reports.

Immovable Property Tax collected €84.48 million

The Cyprus News Agency reports that the government had collected almost €85 million in Immovable Property Tax by 3rd December, which accounts for approximately 82.25 per cent of the total.

€55m Immovable Property Tax collected

Immovable Property Tax (IPT) amounting to €55.5 million had been paid by 193,833 taxpayers (72 per cent of the total number) by mid-November, according to senior tax officer Klelia Papadopoulou.

Immovable Property Tax discount

The Cyprus cabinet has approved a bill to provide a discount on Immovable Property Tax for early-bird payers and extend the deadline for paying the property tax by two months until 30 November.

Immovable Property Tax 1980 values

The Cyprus government has decided that 2015's Immovable Property Tax will be calculated on 1980 values and that the charges levied by municipalities and communities will remain the same as last year.

Immovable Property Tax 2015

Revised Immovable Property Tax rates for 2015 are contained in one of a series of bills submitted by the Cyprus government to parliament, which are aimed at modernising the island's taxation system.

Immovable Property Tax highs & lows

A month before the deadline for paying Immovable Property Tax expired, the Cyprus government collected in excess of 100 million Euros. However a number of long-standing problems have been highlighted.

Paying Immovable Property Tax 2014

I am grateful to Mr. Christofi at the Tax Department in Nicosia for the following information concerning the payment of Immovable Property Tax by those who have yet to receive their Title Deeds.

Immovable Property Tax payment and collections

Around 76,800 people have paid their Immovable Property Tax this year according to official statistics, but the majority of those who have paid their tax appear to be the owners of modest properties.

False Immovable Property Tax declarations

There is evidence that a property developer has made false Immovable Property Tax declarations to the authorities, which has resulted in his customers receiving IPT notices from the Inland Revenue.

Immovable Property Tax a malignant tumour

Even though Hasikos claimed that Immovable Property Tax bills would be reduced, the new 2013 valuations will be seen as yet higher indirect taxation in 2015 for 'high density build' concrete palaces.

Immovable Property Tax headaches

The Inland Revenue Department has announced that it will start sending out Immovable Property Tax notices at the end of this month, but provisions in the law are causing staff severe headaches.

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.

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