The vast majority of the time, expats relocate to a foreign country for work purposes. But why would an expat accept such a challenging task, especially if the whole family is included?read more
August is the hottest month of the year in Malta and you can expect blue skies, sunny days and on some days, warm Sirroco winds. You can find many feasts to enjoy and apart form that, you can also find marathons, events and festivals happening during this month. In this article, you will find mentioned, the local village feasts for August and also a list of the most popular events to visit, while visiting in Malta. In the middle of the month, you can also find one of the most popular and awaited feasts throughout the year – Santa Marija Feast. Many companies shut their operations for 7-14 days.read more
Co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, has had an eye on Malta for decades and chose the Island as a jurisdiction to launch a new blockchain based energy savings firm. The company is called EFFORCE and sets out to assist people to save money on energy through the use of...read more
he capital city of Malta and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Valletta, has so much to offer its residents and visitors. The capital was established in the 16th century, by the Knights of St John. Primarily it was known for its museums, churches and palaces, however, nowadays, it’s also becoming a hub for high-end entertainment such as boutique hotels, lounges, shopping and fine dining restaurants.read more
Malta has long experienced an astronomical increase in rent over the past years. With international corporations moving to the Island has led to a large demand and led to increase in rents across the country. To tackle this, the Government of Malta has recently...read more
Many assume that living in Malta is a challenge, due to its size and way of life. But today, many expats are increasingly relocating to this Mediterranean island.read more
July, the weather is hot, drinks are cold, and the days are long. In the month of July, the island is packed with events, entertainment and activities to enjoy. During this month, you can find many open air events, including some of the largest music festivals throughout the year, including the most awaited, Isle of MTV.read more
When compared to the same period of 2018, Malta’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), increased by a significant 4.8% in the first three months of this year. According to DBRS’s report, such increase surpassed the growth of all the countries within the euro area.read more
Moving from a familiar environment to a different one often has a significant impact on a person. The initial one is often unpleasant. The common symptoms include nervousness, irritation and helplessness. However, culture shock is not a bad thing. Here is a highlight of its causes, benefits, and how to cope up.read more
Malta introduced a fiscal unity regime on the 31st May 2019 allowing a parent company to be the principal taxpayer for its direct and indirect transparent subsidiaries. The rules for a fiscal unity allowing a consolidated group income tax return enter into force from...read more
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In June, the island starts becoming more and more alive, as it makes its way into the beginning of summer! The rain starts decreasing, temperatures get warmer and the streets get busier. This month offers Malta’s residents and visitors ample events, activities, feasts and festivals to attend. Apart from events, this month also has two public holidays and one international celebration.
For those with a love for the under-water world and adventurous spirit, learning scuba diving is a truly unique and memorable experience. Learning how to dive with a professional instructor can be extremely fun and addictive, so be warned!
Is it the mysterious history of the Knights Templar, the bright blue of the Mediterranean sea, or the picturesque island landscape with its beaches and garigue land? It’s a reasonable guess that you’re not thinking of the world of finance. Yet Malta is a rising star in the high-tech finance firmament. Malta has become a major nexus for the new technologies shaking up the financial world: cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology on which they’re based.
Malta asset-backed tokens are among the best uses of blockchain technology to real-world assets, increasing liquidity and price consciousness for illiquid assets, with the possibility of freeing up trillions. In most cases, utility tokens...
Malta’s dramatic coastline has been shaped by the Mediterranean that laps at its shores, and the waves have fashioned its bays into rocky crags. The compact size of these small islands means that the sea is always close, and the Maltese take advantage of this with their love for water sports. The island boasts some of the best diving spots in Europe, while snorkeling allows you entry to a magical underwater-world, so the best beaches in Malta aren’t hard to find.
Work-life balance usually stands for the level of prioritisation one dedicates between professional activities, such as work and personal life. It can also be described as the amount of time invested in a day for working, in comparison to, the amount of time dedicated for leisure activities, personal and free time.
Non-Maltese residents need to comply with some small, yet important requirements when buying property in Malta. Under certain conditions an AIP Permit, short for Immovable Property Permit, is required. This applies specifically to Non-EU/Malta residents who wish to...
With Malta in a period of sustained and rapid, economic growth, the island's infrastructure is about to receive a substantial investment from the EU Cohesion Policy fund. The €150 million funding, the biggest ever for a project in Malta, will enable the Water Services...