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. Need a...
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.

Tax Refund in Malta on Foreign & Local income

Tax Refund in Malta on Foreign & Local income

The Maltese rates of taxation are amongst some of the most attractive in the European Union. The system adheres to the specific guidelines set by the OECD, is within the jurisdiction of a white listing and has the approval of the European Commission

Malta Double Tax Treaties, Refunds and Incentives For Non-residents

Malta Double Tax Treaties, Refunds and Incentives For Non-residents

Right in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta is a small archipelago with a land area of around 316 square kilometres spread over three islands. A parliamentary republic, it is a member of the EU, the OSCE and the Council of Europe. The Malta corporate tax rate is one of the best within the European Union.