Managing a Cyprus Company has many obligations; what are these and do you comply?
Contributed by Fiducenter
20 August, 2014
Date: Wednesday 17/09/2014
Time: 11:00 EEST (Limassol / Athens)
Duration: 30 minutes (approx)
Questions: Time will be allocated at the end of the session
With ever increasing regulations and reporting requirements, it is now of even more importance to ensure that a Cyprus Company is fulfilling all statutory and other reporting obligations in order to avoid financial and other penalties, reaching as far as criminal prosecutions.
- What are the deadlines for submission of the company Annual Return and what information needs to be reported?
- When is the company Annual Levy due for payment and what are the consequences of late/non-payment?
- How long does a company have for registering with the Tax Authorities following incorporation and in which other instances must a company report to the Tax Authorities?
- What are the deadlines by which a company must submit its Provisional and Final Tax Returns and make payment of any taxes that are due?
- What are the consequences of not complying?
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