Annual Fee payable by 30th June the year after incorporation.
|Dormant company: bookkeeping & audit fees:|
Fee conditional on whether the company has Bank Accounts, Bank Charges, Bank Transactions / Charges, number of shareholders, subsidiaries (Holding) etc.
|€250 – €500|
||€300 + VAT|
|Active Company: bookkeeping & audit Fees:|
||€250 + VAT|
||Determined by: number of transactions, amount of sales turnover and time spent|
|VAT & VIES:|
||€200 per annum|
||Determined by: number of employees of company – €50 per employee on a monthly basis|
Documents needed from clients for bookkeeping:
Applicable for all jurisdictions for newly incorporated companies:
- Detailed description of the company’s activities.
- Bank statements for the financial year for all accounts that are under the company’s name.
- Sales Invoices issued from the company during the financial year.
- Purchases invoices received from the suppliers of the company during the financial year.
- Any expense receipts issued under the company’s name.
- Any agreements and contracts signed by the company during the financial year.
Documents needed from companies that were transferred from another agent:
- All the above documents mentioned in Part A.
- A set of the financial statements from the previous financial year that were submitted to Cyprus Company House.
- A copy of the submitted and stamped IR4.
- A copy of the submitted HE 32.
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