The Personal Income Tax Return (TD1)


The Personal Income Tax Return (TD1) is a tax form used in Cyprus for the purpose of reporting and paying personal income tax.

The TD1 form in Cyprus typically requires personal information, reporting of various income sources, details of deductions and allowances, potential tax credits, supporting documents, and the taxpayer’s signature. It is important to consult the official website of the Cyprus Tax Department or seek guidance from a tax professional to ensure compliance with the specific requirements when completing the IR1 form.

Individuals who are residents of Cyprus and earn income exceeding the tax-free threshold are generally required to file a TD1 form. Non-residents are subject to different tax rules.

Foreign residents in Cyprus are generally subject to the same tax laws as Cypriot citizens. They are typically required to file an annual tax return, reporting their income, deductions, and other relevant financial information to the Cyprus tax authorities. This includes income from employment, self-employment, rental properties, capital gains, dividends, and any other sources of income.

The TD1 form covers various sources of income, including employment income, rental income, dividends, interest, and capital gains.

It captures both domestic and foreign-sourced income. Cyprus operates on a progressive tax system, with different tax rates applying to different income brackets. The tax rates can change from year to year, so it's essential to refer to the latest tax legislation for accurate information.

The TD1 form allows for certain deductions and allowances, such as contributions to social insurance, pension funds, medical expenses, and donations to approved charities. These deductions and allowances can help reduce the taxable income.

The deadline for submitting the TD1 form and paying any tax owed varies depending on whether you file electronically or on paper. The deadline for TD1 for the year 2022 is the 2nd of October 2023.

Late filing or non-compliance with tax obligations in Cyprus may result in penalties and interest charges.
It is important to adhere to the filing deadlines and fulfill all tax obligations to avoid such penalties.
It's important to note that tax regulations and procedures can change over time, so it is advisable to consult with a qualified tax professional or refer to the official website of the Cyprus Tax Department for the most up-to-date and accurate information regarding the TD1 form and the Cyprus tax system.

We wish to bring to your attention that the submission window for the 2022 Income Tax Return for Individuals is now open and accessible through TaxisNet at

Please be aware that the requirement to file a tax return applies to Individuals whose Total Gross Income for the Tax Year 2022 surpasses €19,500.
Kindly note that the final date for submission is October 2nd, 2023.

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