Cyprus immovable Property Tax for the year 2015 is due for payment until 31st of December this year.
The Cyprus Immovable Property Tax is based on the total market value at 1st January 1980.
Cyprus property owners tax liability arises if on 1st January 2015:
+ Cyprus immovable property was registered in their name or
+ Cyprus immovable property was acquired by sale or by any other method but it was not registered in their name or
+ Cyprus immovable property lease contract was registered with the Department of Lands and Surveys in their name
and total market value as at 1st January 1980, exceeds the amount of € 12 500.
If the resulting Cyprus Immovable Property tax is paid until 1st December 2015 then their will be a discount as follows:
+ 20% on the outstanding amount for online payments through www.jccsmart.com.cy website and through banks and cooperatives
+ 17.5% for payments through District Collection Tax Offices.
If the resulting Cyprus Immovable Property tax is paid after 31 December 2015, there will be an additional charge of 10% of the tax due, plus interest and any administrative fines provided for in the legislation.
New buyers of Cyprus Immovable Property should go to the District Offices of the Department of Inland Revenue (Immovable Property Department) to settle these issues.
Taxpayers wishing to pay via the website www.jccsmart.com, they must enter the No. JCCSmart indicated on the Immovable property tax notice and pay using their credit card. Taxpayers wishing to pay via Cyprus banks should have with them the Immovable Property Tax assessment, their Identity Card and the tax amount in cash or their credit card.
For more information please click on Cyprus Immovable Property Tax or on Cyprus Immovable Property Tax Rates
How can we help
We can help you fulfill the tax obligations of your Cyprus Immovable Property with the Inland Revenue Department.
Please contact our offices:
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Last update: October 2015
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