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Every business requires a business account in order to operate successfully. Any size of business, whether self-employed, freelancers, start-ups or large corporations, a business or personal account is required in order to...
An offshore company can be described as an entity registered outside the country where it’s mainly operating in. The term offshore refers to the company not being resident where it is formally incorporated. Furthermore, often more than not, the directors and other...
A Steakhouse that Meats Expectations! Named after the Sicilian Village that inspired it's creation, Sciacca Grill are unique Steak & Grill restaurants that both go beyond its culinary calling. Within Sciacca’s confines, you’ll find the kind of...
The Mediterranean is known for its fresh and mouth-watering cusine, and Malta in particular, is home to many excellent restaurants in almost each and every town. You can opt for a small restaurant in the heart of the city centre, eateries on promenades offering picteresque views and large restaurants in the country side. You can find very good restaurants all over the island!
“Corinthia – A Family of Uplifting Destinations” Corinthia Palace truly is an exceptional destination for luxury in Malta. Ardent travellers know the Corinthia name – and its hotels in over 14 destinations – promise excellence, passion and genuine hospitality,...
Malta has grown to become an English learning hotspot for many English language students from different parts of the world. Malta is gifted with picteresque clear waters, beautiful sandy beaches and a friendly atmosphere. But that is not only why thousands of visitors come to Malta, in fact, many individuals come to learn the English Language. English being the most spoken language in the world, is the most popular choice when people want to learn a second language. It comes in handy when seeking employment, opening a company overseas, attending one of the universities in Malta or simply travelling for a holiday.
Keeping fit is a continuous process; however, with the current state, gyms and workout spaces have been shut down, leaving individuals to exercise at home. Home workouts don’t require many pieces of equipmenta andbelow are some exercises you can try.
A limited liability company is one of the most popular business forms registered in Malta. This acts as a seperate entity from that of its shareholders and attracts hundreds of foreign investors, due to its attractive tax treatment.
Malta, a business hub in the centre of the Mediterranean, attracts many foreign entrepreneurs to carry out their business activities and invest in Malta. Apart from the many incentives offered, the island also acts as a gateway to the European Union.
Maltese foundations are also known as non-profit organiszations(NGO’s). Their popularity increased in Malta over the years, due to an attractive regulatory regime in the Civil Law and Voluntary Organisations Act. This was adopted in 2008 and is the same law that regulates the fiduciary obligations and trust in Malta. One of the main differences of a foundation when compared to a regular organisation is that, they must be set up for their legal personality and in some cases, they can also be utilised as a shareholder in a Maltese limited liability company.
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The process of going to work in Malta is changing. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the World Health Organization is advising to minise contact and interactions. Thousands of employees and self employed individuals are having to work from home and many companies operating with virtual office spaces. From small to large, companies are implementing remote work policies.
When describing health professionals working within mental health and wellbeing, both the terms psychologist and psychiatrist are often used interchangeably in Malta. However, it is important to note the difference between psychiatrists and psychologists are both in...
The lasting relationships between the Islanders of Malta and many other relationships has played an instrumental role in giving birth to new cultures. A noteworthy heritage of the Islanders is the Maltese cuisine that is as a result of broad-range mix of Mediterranean cooking with an array of tastes pleasant to your taste buds. The restaurant scene in Malta is always a buzz of activities with a special blend of both specialty restaurants and local eateries that will serve you their different versions of the tasty island cuisines.
There are plenty of reasons why you should establish a trust in Malta, including the attractive trusts regime when it comes to tax and money transfer to trust beneficiaries. While setting up a trust in Malta, may be a vital element of your estate plan, there are a lot...
Malta is a bustling city rich with history, culture and an international hub where people have ample opportunities for business and quality of life. With sun shining 300days a year and an exciting mix of activities, Malta is an excellent destination to host your next event or conference
Opening a company in Malta, whether it is a Malta trading company or a different legal model, has many benefits, with one of the main one being, Malta’s taxation system that offers 6/7 refunds to foreign shareholders. Apart from that, the system offers full tax exemptions to holding companies, no stamp duties or withholding taxes, whenever profits come back to Malta.
The island attracts and offers many incentives for expats and businesses moving to Malta. Many individuals that relocate for residence programmes, company formation and investing, may find it quite challenging to keep up with all the moving steps and requirements. That’s where the moving companies we have selected come in!
Are you looking for a reputable Malta Motor Yacht, Sailing Yacht Charter company to hire/rent a boat for a day or more, with skipper service to help you venture the beautiful sea around the Maltese Islands?