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Income tax statements mandatory for all

Every resident of Cyprus will soon have to submit an annual tax statement regardless of whether their income falls below the tax threshold of €19,500; failure to pay will be a criminal offence.

Pension Christmas present from HMRC

Amendments to the 2018 Double Taxation Convention between the UK and Cyprus allow those in receipt of Government service pensions to choose whether to pay tax on that pension to the UK or Cypriot authorities.

Agreement close on Airbnb type rentals

Agreement on a bill designed to regulate and tax rental income on Airbnb type rentals is close but a key question remains concerning short-term letss of apartments in residential areas.

No tax on mortgaged property sales

Those selling their mortgaged property in Cyprus to reduce or repay their mortgage debt will be exempt from paying capital gains, income tax, special defence contributions, as well as stamp duty and transfer fees.

Bills rewarding bad borrowers may pass

The bills rewarding bad borrowers by exempting them from paying income tax, capital gains tax, property transfer fees, stamp duty and the special defence contribution are expected to pass.

MPs table bill to tax Airbnb-style rentals

A bill to regulate and tax the income on short-term Airbnb-style property rentals has been tabled by two MPs and should go before the plenum prior to the parliamentary summer recess.

Reward bad borrowers; punish the good

In a move, which if successful, will result in rewarding bad borrowers while punishing the good, the Cyprus parliament is expected to vote on proposals granting tax relief to bank debtors by July.

Tax shock for British residents in Cyprus

The revised UK and Cyprus Double Taxation Convention, which was signed on 22 March, could result in higher taxes for some retired British residents in Cyprus whose pensions are paid by the UK Government.

Taxing Airbnb property rental income

The practice of renting properties in Cyprus through Airbnb and other websites has come under the scrutiny of the tax authorities who are looking to address the problem of tax evasion on rental income received.

Gary Robb ordered to pay £1.6m tax

Convicted fraudster Gary Robb who was forced to repay more than £1m to victims of a property scam has now been ordered to pay £1.6m in tax on his illicit earnings from drug dealing.

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