This publication provides an overview of the tax advantages and concessions available to individuals. The key elements of this brochure are outlined below, however for the full details you may refer to the full brochure, or contact us directly for any specific queries or services required.
Tax Residency rules for Individuals
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Non-Domiciled Rules for Individuals
An individual who is a tax resident of Cyprus under the provisions of the Income Tax Law, but is “non- domiciled” in the Republic of Cyprus, will be exempt from Special Defence Contribution (SDC). Therefore, tax residents but non-domiciled individuals will enjoy dividend, interest and rental income free from SDC tax in Cyprus.
Concessions available to Expatriates
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The Cyprus Social Insurance System at a Glance
This section outlines the main features of the Cyprus Social Insurance system as well as the National Health Insurance System, including information about the social insurance and the National Health Insurance contribution rates.
For more information, you can download our Cyprus Tax Residency and non-dom rules brochure.
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