Payroll Cost Calculator
Easily calculate your total payroll cost
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Payroll Cost Calculator – Cyprus Tax
Our payroll cost calculator quickly calculates your total payroll costs including the social insurances and GHS (GESY) contribution per year. It is so simple, you only need to enter your annual gross salary, specify the tax year and the rest is done automatically.
Individual resident in Cyprus are liable to income tax in accordance with the Income Tax Law ( Law No. 118(I) of 2002 , as amended) in respect of their worldwide income. An individual is resident in Cyprus, if he/she resides therein for a period or more which in aggregate exceed 183 days. Non- tax residents are liable to tax in respect of Cyprus source income only.
The income tax can be collected by the tax department in two ways – either deducted from your income before given to you, or paid by you directly to the Tax Department. In the case of employment income, the employer deducts the tax from your salary, under the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system, and pays the net amount to you.
When you receive money from employment, you may need to pay income tax and social insurance. How much income tax you pay depends on your earnings, tax exemptions, allowable deductions and the applicable tax rates.