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started by: Zero61412 · last update: 1609758006 · posted: 1606746765

Hey guys I recently Purchase and item online from a site, my products got shipped using DHL Deutsche Post and currently being forwarded to cyprus post.Current status shows:The shipment will be transported to the destination country/destination area and, from there, handed over to the delivery organization. (Homepage / online shipment tracking: http://ips.cypruspost.gov.cy/ipswebtrack/)I read an old forum here and according to him the parcel took a month to arrive (dhl deutsche post & cyprus post - customs delays?).Did anyone have the same experience? Did they improve there service from previous years?Thanks for your help all

started by: TaraLee-915423 · last update: 1609098726 · posted: 1374160229

Hello everyone, I am a recently divorced 55 year old lady looking to meet new people.  Can anyone recommend a decent online dating site for Cyprus?  I haven't been impressed with the ones Google has turned up.  Thanks! Tara.

started by: lisab-673461 · last update: 1608758878 · posted: 1224868897

Hi, Am putting this topic on behalf of a good friend of mine. She has heard that someone she used to know lives in the Paphos area. His name is Tony (Anthony) Allan and he would be in his 50s (late) and has a great love of rugby. He is english and think he may be married with children but not 100% sure. I understand that no-one can divulge someones contact details but I could pass my friend's mobile number if your sure you know him. Heres hoping, Lisa

started by: pamela45 · last update: 1608043074 · posted: 1354382170

Hi , does anyone know how how to fix an android tv box that will not boot up ? 

started by: william-milna-977449 · last update: 1606990377 · posted: 1606990377

Hello,I am a valuable Individual who is willingly  and looking to invest  in a lucrative business New or Running Business in Cyprus   cambodia , tanzania  ,  Bahrain, Dubai, India, Pakistan europe  , bangladesh etc and any country in the  Middle East and the whole world at large.I don't really care about the location of the business as long as it  has good profit and beneficiary to the people.please do get back to me via email.Am an Investor Looking to Invest On Good Business/parthners .EMAIL..ssdlabeurope@gmail.comWHATSSAP....0036209787195Skype Address : Dr urbain.awonothanks and waiting.

started by: Luke-Otunba-977259 · last update: 1606582006 · posted: 1606582006

Hi, Does anyone knows any gold buyer based in Cyprus? Do they bars dore bars or nuggets? I currently do not deal with bulion for now, but I can guarantee of dore bars and Nuggets. Kindly suggest me to any buyers in Cyprus. Thanks

started by: summer-blossom · last update: 1606326255 · posted: 1190549586

Well here we are back in the UK as we have just returned from Cyprus boo hoo !! but with good news whilst we were out there. We had been owed money by a local development company in Larnaca and couldn't get it back from them - our lawyer was a friend of the debtor so we were having big problems. My brother suggested getting hold of a debt collector but we couldn't find one on google so I posted a question on one of the forums asking was there a firm of debt collectors - I was contacted by the boss of the CY Group and they took the case on for us in August. We arrived at our apartment on September 12th and on the morning of Thursday September 13th we had a phone call and the company had been on the case and they had recovered all of our money and all of it in cash !! So I want to let everyone out there know that there is a company that can help if you are owed money - they do it on a no win no fee basis !! They are extremely polite, honest and trustworthy - I can't praise them enough. Hope nobody minds if I put their details on here as I can't thank them enough or praise them highly enough and I think if we had gone through the legal system out there we would be waiting for another 2/3 years and have been a lot more out of pocket. They are the CY Group you can email them at info@cygroup.co.uk or call them in Cyprus on (00357) 999 33 886 and speak to Jason or Martin alternatively from the UK they have another number 0871 996 9357 They do lots of other things as well so they are certainly worth contacting if you have any problems with debts owed out there or security issues. If anyone wants any more information just email me off forum and I will tell you more about them. So there is a light at the end of the tunnel after all :lol: :idea:

started by: steve@aloizou · last update: 1605430445 · posted: 1204016774

Wanting prices for the above. Please send by email only all prices inc fees domain, hosting etc. Thanks

started by: Amina-KH-974643 · last update: 1603870714 · posted: 1603870714

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started by: stavrinos-estates.com · last update: 1603529147 · posted: 1603529147

VAT on properties in Cyprus is excluded when The land that is for sale and is in  agriculture  area,    for sale land that is in a livestock zone, for sale land that is in an environmental protection zone. The above exception applies regardless of the person or company that carries out the transaction, regardless of whether the transaction is from a person or company that carries out a business activity or not. People who do not engage in economic activity, the frequency of sales is examined and whether the property in Cyprus that is sold is property in an industrial zone, Property in a commercial zone,  property in a tourist zone then impose VAT , in order  is no distortion of the property in Cyprus. Note if the property in Cyprus sold is the first property or the last then it is excluded to be imposed to v.a.t.When the property is continuous and sold to a buyer as a single transaction and is the first or last property sold then it is excluded again, unless the property in Cyprus is in a commercial, tourist, industrial zone. Sale of a plot or plots to the company that will make the consideration to cover the costs of the division of the plots. The consideration contract must be given to v.a.t department. Sale of a piece owned by a company or cooperative that does not carry out any economic activity, where it does not engage in economic activity on a continuous basis (inactive company, investment company -holding company) does not create an obligation to register for VAT.Sale of a piece by a legal entity acquired as a result of a gratuitous transfer by a shareholder of the company and not used for economic activity by the company such as (lease or development) and delivered back to the shareholder without consideration is exempted from VAT.When the sales document has been submitted before January 1, 2018. If the transfer of the property has not taken place and it has a balance and the contract has been deposited in the land registry, then VAT is not paid on the balance. However, if the contract of the property has not been deposited in the land registry, then the remaining balance must be paid VAT.When it is done in the context of debt to asset, ie the property is given to the bank for debt or in the context of forced sale to the lender, then it is done with a reverse charge, ie VAT is not paid by the bank but when it sells the bank must charge it VAT for the specific property to the buyer and then the buyer if it is his first home  to claim it back to the v.a.t and the v.a.t to return the 14% back.Today I talked to you about VAT on properties in Cyprus and when it is exempted.https://www.stavrinos-estates.com/id/v.a.t-in-cyprus-properties-exceptions/article.html?

started by: stavrinos-estates.com · last update: 1603521788 · posted: 1603521788

The first and last property in Cyprus is be exempted from VATTo be imposed VAT on properties in Cyprus is excluded whenThe land that is for sale and is in  agriculture  area,    for sale land that is in a livestock zone, for sale land that is in an environmental protection zone. The above exception applies regardless of the person or company that carries out the transaction, regardless of whether the transaction is from a person or company that carries out a business activity or not.People who do not engage in economic activity, the frequency of sales is examined and whether the property in Cyprus that is sold is property in an industrial zone, Property in a commercial zone,  property in a tourist zone then impose VAT , in order  is no distortion of the property in Cyprus. Note if the property in Cyprus sold is the first property or the last then it is excluded to be imposed to v.a.t.When the property is continuous and sold to a buyer as a single transaction and is the first or last property sold then it is excluded again, unless the property in Cyprus is in a commercial, tourist, industrial zoneSale of a plot or plots to the company that will make the consideration to cover the costs of the division of the plots. The consideration contract must be given to v.a.t departmentSale of a piece owned by a company or cooperative that does not carry out any economic activity, where it does not engage in economic activity on a continuous basis (inactive company, investment company -holding company) does not create an obligation to register for VAT.Sale of a piece by a legal entity acquired as a result of a gratuitous transfer by a shareholder of the company and not used for economic activity by the company such as (lease or development) and delivered back to the shareholder without consideration is exempted from VAT.When the sales document has been submitted before January 1, 2018. If the transfer of the property has not taken place and it has a balance and the contract has been deposited in the land registry, then VAT is not paid on the balance. However, if the contract of the property has not been deposited in the land registry, then the remaining balance must be paid VAT.When it is done in the context of debt to asset, ie the property is given to the bank for debt or in the context of forced sale to the lender, then it is done with a reverse charge, ie VAT is not paid by the bank but when it sells the bank must charge it VAT for the specific property to the buyer and then the buyer if it is his first home  to claim it back to the v.a.t and the v.a.t to return the 14% back.Today I talked to you about VAT on properties in Cyprus and when it is exempted.

started by: sfield1023 · last update: 1603250993 · posted: 1310482526

and not zonari, 30 percent hike is not for me thanks.just someone who can print some business cards at a low cost, many thanks,simon

started by: alphacrust37 · last update: 1602337932 · posted: 1307713384

Can anybody offer any advice on how best to travel from Paphos airport to Argaka. UK based transfers companies are wanting silly money. :( Cheers,Paul.

started by: sharon51 · last update: 1602083360 · posted: 1333563705

hi all, i am writing this for a friend of mine who confided in me.there is a greek girl who works opposite from where he lives, she used to come near him shyly, and wait for him to come down in lift.he knows she was a but shy, but found it hard to communicate.he tells me he has fallen for her, and even though he has written a love letter to her, asked her out three times, she still wont go out with him.greek girls tell me that his biggest problem is he is english, is this true, that even though both parties wont to be together, that there is no trust as he is a english man?this is crazy and wrong,dont know how he is goiun g to cope he is falling to pieces,sharon

started by: electric-708233 · last update: 1601551088 · posted: 1291737566

may someone please advise on some engineering and or industry forums Thanks

started by: Demos-Hay-972551 · last update: 1601409494 · posted: 1601409494

Hi everyone.I am hoping that I am on the right path for some advice.  I urgently require an online listing, for analysis purposes, of the cities and streets of India.

started by: Vic G · last update: 1599823055 · posted: 1262778036

Good morning all, We are looking to give our cupboards a good clear out and will have some bags of clothes that will be looking for a good home. I would like to donate these to charity. Does anyone know of charity shops in Nicosia that would accept clothes donations? Which charities? Thanks!

started by: Chris-P-970023 · last update: 1599383874 · posted: 1599383874

Hi, I'm looking for a company that will install a fibre glass pool in Famagusta area. So far only found one and their stock is very limited.If anyone knows of another company that can provide and install I'd be very grateful for info...Thanks,Chris

started by: pat-pat-969143 · last update: 1599306193 · posted: 1598440586

HI there. My husband and I thinking of moving to Paphos. Italians but living in Malaysia for 15 years now time for a change.My hubby is an artist a painter.Anyone knows if there is any opportunity for teaching figurative painting class on the Paphos area? thanks

started by: George Price · last update: 1598602900 · posted: 1598602900

I own a poperty in Larmaca my flight in June was of course cancelled because of Covid19, my flight in August and September have been cancelled because of the Cyprus difficculties to fulfil  entry requirements which are to provide a certificate issued within 72 hours of flying proving virus free. In the UK these certificates are only provided by Private Companies, the timescale means that there is no guaranty that the terms can be met, actually,very possible  that the Certificate will not reach us on time. Meaning, unable to fly and losing the £800 ticket costs, on top of having to pay the Certificate Private Provider anything from £150 (certificate extra £95) to £350 per person.  Additionally, 48 hours before flight, we have to self certify online to CyprusGov.com certain personal aspects, print copy of which has to be given to the flight officials otherwise not allowed on the plane (as others have found when making a typographical error were turned away). This self certified certificate MUST be accompanied with the COVID 19 virus free certificate, thereby reducing the available time frame of getting this difficult item from 72 hours down to 48 hours. Some travel companies have reported they had no bookings for August and have therefore cancelled all holidays until further notice. Probably difficult travel restrictions are why Cyprus has such a low infection rate but it does make it difficult for us that book our flights 12 months in advance.

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