Increased of standard VAT rate in Cyprus
- Effective 14 January 2013, the current standard VAT rate of 17% will increase to 18%.
- Effective 13 January 2014, the standard VAT rate of 18% will increase to 19%
VAT rates for Cyprus need to be adjusted on e-commerce systems.
Below please find a short reminder how to modify Cyprus tax rates on your WSI e-commerce application.
If you have any queries of how to adjust VAT rates in your WSI e-commerce application, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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