An introduction to tax planning in Malta

February 3, 2023
by Robert Fenech

A major attraction, for shareholders, is the option to reclaim a portion of the income tax paid at company level

EU member states to implement 15% tax rate for largest companies

December 19, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

Malta has long held reservations about the deal however has agreed to see it through

IMF experts advising Malta on how to get local companies to pay their fair share of tax

December 1, 2022
by Helena Grech

‘Their remit is to advise relevant authorities of how it is best to achieve better compliance’ by local companies

‘An opportunity to plan a smooth transition’ – Wayne Pisani on deferral of tax reform

October 30, 2022
by Robert Fenech

With tax reform currently low on the agenda, this allows Malta time to assess its potential impact

‘EU project was never about creating a uniform economy’ – Gordon Cordina defends tax competitivity

October 23, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Malta needs to remain tax competitive, for the right reasons

The Malta Chamber’s Marthese Portelli: ‘Wait-and-see approach to tax reform makes strategic sense’

October 20, 2022
by Robert Fenech

In the meantime, Malta needs to study and prepare for whatever the future may hold

Finance Minister comes out against tax harmonisation after Labour MEP Alfred Sant expresses support

October 19, 2022
by Helena Grech

As countries grapple with a difficult winter ahead, EU officials are again raising the issue of tax harmonisation

Hundreds of catering and beauty establishments are failing to issue VAT receipts – report

August 8, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Businesses are obliged to issue a VAT receipt or be fined between €700 and €3,500

Interest rate increase for unpaid income tax, VAT delayed to September

June 9, 2022
by Helena Grech

The new rates were originally meant to start in June

Tax deferral scheme: businesses availing themselves of measure have until end-2024 to make good

May 11, 2022
by Helena Grech

Companies have 30 months to make good for some taxes that fell between August 2020 up to December 2021

By 2025, Malta will have a new corporate tax regime in place – finance minister Clyde Caruana

April 29, 2022
by Helena Grech

The new structure and rates will be adopted for the basis year 2025

Malta joins three other countries to block EU minimum corporate tax deal

March 16, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The date of the new deal's implementation has already been pushed back

Government scraps €40m tax deal with business mogul Charles Polidano – report

February 1, 2022
by Helena Grech

The terms were said to be too favourable to the construction magnate

Global minimum corporate tax: Clyde Caruana wants Malta’s concerns to be heard

January 19, 2022
by Helena Grech

He spoke during a European Council ECOFIN meeting

Joseph Caruana to replace Marvin Gaerty as Commissioner for Revenue

January 18, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The change comes as the Government redoubles its efforts to clamp down on tax cheats

An introduction to tax planning in Malta

February 3, 2023
by Robert Fenech

A major attraction, for shareholders, is the option to reclaim a portion of the income tax paid at company level

EU member states to implement 15% tax rate for largest companies

December 19, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

Malta has long held reservations about the deal however has agreed to see it through

IMF experts advising Malta on how to get local companies to pay their fair share of tax

December 1, 2022
by Helena Grech

‘Their remit is to advise relevant authorities of how it is best to achieve better compliance’ by local companies

‘An opportunity to plan a smooth transition’ – Wayne Pisani on deferral of tax reform

October 30, 2022
by Robert Fenech

With tax reform currently low on the agenda, this allows Malta time to assess its potential impact

‘EU project was never about creating a uniform economy’ – Gordon Cordina defends tax competitivity

October 23, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Malta needs to remain tax competitive, for the right reasons

The Malta Chamber’s Marthese Portelli: ‘Wait-and-see approach to tax reform makes strategic sense’

October 20, 2022
by Robert Fenech

In the meantime, Malta needs to study and prepare for whatever the future may hold

Finance Minister comes out against tax harmonisation after Labour MEP Alfred Sant expresses support

October 19, 2022
by Helena Grech

As countries grapple with a difficult winter ahead, EU officials are again raising the issue of tax harmonisation

Hundreds of catering and beauty establishments are failing to issue VAT receipts – report

August 8, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Businesses are obliged to issue a VAT receipt or be fined between €700 and €3,500

Interest rate increase for unpaid income tax, VAT delayed to September

June 9, 2022
by Helena Grech

The new rates were originally meant to start in June

Tax deferral scheme: businesses availing themselves of measure have until end-2024 to make good

May 11, 2022
by Helena Grech

Companies have 30 months to make good for some taxes that fell between August 2020 up to December 2021

By 2025, Malta will have a new corporate tax regime in place – finance minister Clyde Caruana

April 29, 2022
by Helena Grech

The new structure and rates will be adopted for the basis year 2025

Malta joins three other countries to block EU minimum corporate tax deal

March 16, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The date of the new deal's implementation has already been pushed back

Government scraps €40m tax deal with business mogul Charles Polidano – report

February 1, 2022
by Helena Grech

The terms were said to be too favourable to the construction magnate

Global minimum corporate tax: Clyde Caruana wants Malta’s concerns to be heard

January 19, 2022
by Helena Grech

He spoke during a European Council ECOFIN meeting

Joseph Caruana to replace Marvin Gaerty as Commissioner for Revenue

January 18, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The change comes as the Government redoubles its efforts to clamp down on tax cheats