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BVI - License Fees due 31st May
We would like to inform you regarding the BVI Annual Fees deadline for the year 2017, that the payment must be received at our office no later than 12.05.2017. Due date is 26.05.2017.
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BVI Government Increase in Fees - effect 01.01.2018
The BVI Business Companies Act (Amendment of Schedule 1) (No. 2) Order, 2016 and the BVI Business Companies Act (Amendment of Schedules) Order, 2017 have revised the fees that the BVI Registry charges.
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Annual Levy Due for 2017
The Annual Levy on Cyprus Companies of €350 is payable by 30th June of every calendar year. Penalties will be imposed for failure to pay the 2017 levy by 30th June.
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Cyprus further enhances its Citizenship by Investment program
Earlier this week, the Cyprus government has further relaxed the criteria for foreigners who wish to acquire the Cyprus citizenship. The Cyprus citizenship program by way of investment is now easier to achieve as the needed investment has been reduced from €5 million if applied individually or €2.5 million if going through a collective investment scheme, down to €2 million for all applicants.
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Belize: Changes to the Regulations
These Regulations specifically address the Application Fees, the Annual License Fee and the Capital Requirements for all existing and future service providers of international financial services. Further to this please note that annual renewal fees will contain increased government fees.
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BVI Legislation Amendments 2016: Anti-Money Laundering and the Business Companies Act
We inform you that some changes have been made to both the BVI Anti-Money Laundering legislation and the BVI Business Companies Act, that will affect the corporate procedures in 2016, and we are now required to undertake on your portfolio to ensure we are compliant with these new requirements.
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BVI Amendments to the Business Companies Act 2004
The BVI Business Companies (Amendment) Act, 2015 (the “Amending Act”), which amends the BVI Business Companies Act, 2004 (the “2004 Act”), is expected to come into force in the coming months. The Amending Act is part of the BVI Government’s continuing process of modernisation of the companies’ regime in the jurisdiction. The Amending Act is complemented by amendments to the BVI Business Companies Regulations, 2012.
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Application for a Cypriot Tax Residency Certificate
On 30 October 2015, the Cyprus Tax Authorities issued a circular in relation to the introduction of a tax residency form (Form T.D.98) for the purpose of issuing a tax residency certificate to legal persons. With the view of expediting the process of issuing a tax residency certificate, the tax residency form has been designed to include all the necessary information required by the tax authorities in order to be able to proceed with the issuance of a tax residency certificate.
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BVI Companies - New Requirements for Record-Keeping
As a result of the 2012 amendments to the Mutual Legal Assistance (Tax Matters) Act, 2003 and the Partnership Act, 1996 (the “2012 Amendments”), all companies and limited partnerships registered in the BVI are now required to maintain “records and underlying documentation” and to keep such records and underlying documentation for a minimum of five (5) years.
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Tax Alert: Temporary Tax Return 2014
Taxpayers must submit a temporary tax return (Form I.R.6 for legal persons and Form I.R.5 for self-employed individuals, attached for reference) before the 31st of July of each year based on the estimated current year’s taxable income and pay the equivalent temporary tax. Temporary tax for 2014 is payable in two equal instalments, on 31st of July and 31st of December 2014.
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