C&N, Cyprus Auditors, Accountants and Fiduciary Services

Tax & Vat

Our experienced tax professionals (qualified accountants and lawyers) are dedicated to present creative and practical suggestions on business and tax matters.

Our objective is to provide our clients with constructive services and advice in a complex and often changing corporate and tax environment. Our continuous monitoring of changes in tax and VAT legislation, help us identify tax planning opportunities in order to inform and assist our clients to minimize tax obligations.

Our services in this area include the following:
      ●   Corporate formation and tax planning
      ●   International tax and VAT planning
      ●   International tax treaties and implications
      ●   Expatriate tax services
      ●   Foreign capital import and repatriation
      ●   Corporate & personal tax returns 
      ●   Preparation and filing of VAT returns
      ●   Assistance in the efficient recovery of VAT
      ●   Tax and VAT disputes and assessments consultation
  1. With C&N, I feel that I have my own professional team at my disposal. For any matter I need professional advice, they are always there to help. They go beyond numbers to real business helping my organisation achieve its objectives and align strategies with results.
    Charles V.
  2. We needed to establish a complicated tax structure involving several jurisdictions around the world. C&N has a network which was utilised for our own benefit and we now work efficiently from several locations around the world.
    Alexander T.
  3. Our business processes were outdated and created a lot of inefficiencies. C&N has re-engineered and redesigned our processes to be more efficient and effective. We now work with our full potential towards our goals.
    Chris C.
  4. C&N has helped us establish companies in Cyprus, Dubai and Hong Kong. They are offering full support in each location, making our business run smoothly and seemlessly.
    Anatoly B.


C&N, Cyprus Auditors, Accountants and Fiduciary Services