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Setting Up A Company In Malta – 10 Reasons Why

Setting Up A Company In Malta – 10 Reasons Why

Setting up a company in Malta is a very exciting prospect. Malta is not only a great place to do business but it also is a place that many visitors fall in love with, thanks to the local people, gorgeous weather and the beautiful scenery.

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VAT in Malta – How To Apply & Register?

VAT in Malta – How To Apply & Register?

In 1998 a law was introduced requiring those responsible for operating businesses, or people who are self-employed in Malta to submit details to their Value Added Tax (VAT) Department. If you want to apply for VAT in Malta the information provided here will help you navigate your way through the steps you need to take and what to do if you are applying for VAT.

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Banks for Business in Malta: A Closer Look at Top Options

Banks for Business in Malta: A Closer Look at Top Options

There are currently a total of 26 banks for business in Malta and three of these are international branches of foreign institutions. These firms operate according to the guidelines set forth in the 1994 Banking Act as well as the 2002 Central Bank of Malta Act. They are regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) and these banks are relatively stable due to the resilient nature of the Maltese financial system.

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Recruitment Malta – Tips For Hiring Employees

Recruitment Malta – Tips For Hiring Employees

Malta has a fast-developing economy & a rising demand for both local and international employees. Thanks to the EU employment rules policies, employers now have a vast pool of job seekers to choose from. So, here are all the necessary steps and requirements of successful employee recruitment Malta.

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Company Capital Gains Tax In Malta

Company Capital Gains Tax In Malta

The company is charged capital gains tax in Malta on any gains or profits which comes from immovable property, securities, business goodwill, trademarks, copyright, patents, trade-names, trademarks and beneficial interest from a trust being transferred. In this case,...

Malta – One Of The World’s Most Tax Compliant Countries

Malta – One Of The World’s Most Tax Compliant Countries

Malta’s Minister for Finance, Professor Edward Scicluna, has welcomed the release of a report authored by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which shows Malta’s tax compliance rates highly among the top economies in the world....

Filing Corporate Income Tax in Malta

Filing Corporate Income Tax in Malta

When it comes to income tax Malta has it’s own specific regulations. For starters, annual returns need to be filed either a) within the 9 month period that follows the offical end of the businesses’ fiscal year or b) March 31st (whichever comes first). Tax returns are sent directly to the Commissioner for Revenue in Malta or they can be filed online on their website and you’ll receive a receipt immediately.

Applying For A Trade License in Malta

Applying For A Trade License in Malta

In order to promote various different business activities, the government has gotten rid of the requirement of trade licenses for various different business activities. Specifically, this has been done through what’s called Legal Notice 40 which was drafted and proposed in 2016 and became official on the 1st of January in 2017.

iGaming – Why Malta To Start Your i-Gaming Business

iGaming – Why Malta To Start Your i-Gaming Business

Malta has grasped the iGaming industry and its iGaming firms are currently leading when it comes to being the best in business. The success of iGaming in Malta has made the Maltese people to become experts when it comes to iGaming and this makes us rename Malta as Europe’s Silicon Valley when it comes to their expertise in the iGaming industry.

Set Up A Virtual Office In Malta For Business Purposes

Set Up A Virtual Office In Malta For Business Purposes

In the past few years, many new businesses have been setting up virtual offices in Malta, to the point that Malta is now gaining a strong reputation in the new industries. From multinationals to traditional business hubs and ranging all the way to cutting edge technological and pharmaceutical firms, this peaceful and sunny island is now attracting in worldwide attention and investments.

Establish An Office in Malta For Business

Establish An Office in Malta For Business

In order to open a business in an office Malta, you need to acquire an operating license that is often issued by the relevant government department. There is normally a fee for the license and it depends on the nature of the business you wish to start and where you want it located.

Planning Building Permits for Business in Malta

Planning Building Permits for Business in Malta

The Planning Authority (PA) is responsible for environmental regulation and land use planning in Malta. This national agency was set up under the Development Planning Act (1992) and Environment Protection Act (2001) of Malta laws. Entrepreneurs should understand the regulation and building permits in Malta before establishing a structure for their business.

Foreign Investment In Malta – A Desirable Destination

Foreign Investment In Malta – A Desirable Destination

Malta’s location in the centre of the Mediterranean has long made it of strategic interest to foreign powers, and this has been reflected in its long history. While the geopolitical situation in the region may have changed somewhat, the country still draws attention from the outside world.

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About Us

Facilitating a move to Malta is seamless when you rely on the Welcome Center Malta. Established in 2018 with the sole objective of helping people make an effortless move to the island, Welcome Center Malta aims to reduce the challenges involved in settling, moving and establishing local contacts.