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Get to know the VAT regulation in Malta

VAT Return In Malta – A Detailed Overview

Submitting your VAT declaration in Malta is a simple process that only takes a few minutes to complete through the Internet.

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
Vat Registration Types In Malta – Article 10, 11 or 12?

Vat Registration Types In Malta – Article 10, 11 or 12?

The VAT Act governs Malta’s value-added tax. It works hand in hand with its subsidiary legislation, which is concerned with company and individual registration for VAT. As per the law, natural people and legal organisations that carry out economic activities are taxable.

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VAT Rate in Malta and Completing VAT Registration

VAT Rate in Malta and Completing VAT Registration

Value Added Tax (VAT) was first introduced in Malta in 1995 although the system has gone through many changes since its conception. Most notably, was when Malta joined the European Union (EU) in 2004 and the VAT rate was aligned to the rate dictated by the EU’s Council Directive. The current VAT rate is 18% and the tax is paid on most transactions that occur on the island, although some products and services attract a lower rate.

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VAT Malta – FAQ on Transaction and Value Added Tax

VAT Malta – FAQ on Transaction and Value Added Tax

What is the Standard VAT Rate in Malta? In Malta, the allowable rate of the VAT is 18%. However, a reduced VAT rate of 7% also exists and applies to tourism accommodation. The only resorts or hotels that can benefit from this reduction must be authorised by the...

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