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daveg
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Tax Return

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2023 tax returns now issued on line ....
Mark
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Re: Tax Return

Post by Mark »

Thanks for this info, was awaiting this.

Forms filled and paid, seemed much easier this year with the tax portal.

Thanks again
Sadie
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Re: Tax Return

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I’m still owed money back for overpayment for 2022!
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souniman
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Re: Tax Return

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I also overpaid in 2021 realised my mistake. Emailed with amount I was owed and my bank details received an acknowledgment and money paid in to my bank account within 5 days. Guess I was lucky I would try Emailing them again its worth a try
sueb
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Re: Tax Return

Post by sueb »

Thank you for the useful information.

Please can anyone confirm if you are under 19.500 euros of income. Do you need to complete a tax form for 2023.

Have tried to find out from the Goverment portal but unable to see anything on there.

Many thanks.
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trevnhil
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Re: Tax Return

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My understanding is that if you 'earn' less than 19,500 Euros you still need to be registered with the tax office and complete a tax form. If you don't how are they going to know that you don't earn enough to pay tax ?
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galexinda
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Some valuable information about the 2023 Cyprus Tax Return in this link from Tala Community News:

https://talanews.blogspot.com/2024/05/t ... itted.html

Also information about how to apply for a Cyprus Tax Code:

https://talanews.blogspot.com/2024/05/i ... ow-to.html
Sadie
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Re: Tax Return

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souniman wrote: Fri May 17, 2024 10:35 am I also overpaid in 2021 realised my mistake. Emailed with amount I was owed and my bank details received an acknowledgment and money paid in to my bank account within 5 days. Guess I was lucky I would try Emailing them again its worth a try
I’ve emailed them 3 times now, the overpayment was in September last year and they owe me a significant amount of money!
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sunspot
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Re: Tax Return

Post by sunspot »

Does anyone know the GBP/EUR rate that should be used for 2023, or where to find it?
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Aargent
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Re: Tax Return

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Using the Customs & Excise figures, a Government Body, I make it 1.148
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Mark
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Re: Tax Return

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I used 1.1495, which was the average for 2023
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Post by Firefly »

MOH overpaid by 400 Euros in 2010, after many letters sent recorded delivery to the tax office, nothing. They expect us to be honest, a pity they aren't!
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sunspot
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Re: Tax Return

Post by sunspot »

Thanks to Aargent and Mark. I had thought that perhaps there was an official exchange rate one had to use, but I guess you can just take an average from a reliable source.
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