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

Malta Chamber calls for an effective ban on businesses with serious tax shortcomings from public procurement

January 12, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The leading business lobby also made extensive reference to 'abusive' and 'extravagant' Government spending

WATCH: Finance Minister in scathing speech about ‘changing culture’ in Malta on paying tax

January 10, 2022
by Helena Grech

He said he will work towards making Malta’s tax department among the most modern on the island

Property tax exemption only temporary, Finance Ministry insists

November 17, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Measure drew widespread criticism from stakeholders

Malta loses €316 million to tax abuse – report

November 16, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Almost $500bn ‘lost to tax abuse by firms and super-rich in 2021’

Tax refund season: Government to dispatch cheques to 250,000 people

September 17, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

In a previous iteration of the scheme, people who earned less than €60,000 annually received the refund

EU’s leading banks store €20bn annually in ‘tax havens’ including Malta – analysts

September 6, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

The figures lend fuel to calls for action on aggressive tax planning by multinational corporations

Global corporate tax: Finance Minister says countries fully against are being left out of negotiation table

July 20, 2021
by Helena Grech

Malta was among 130 countries and jurisdictions signatory to an OECD plan for ‘fairer’ tax rules, despite its stake in ...

Plan for global corporate tax rate unlikely to affect Malta ‘for now’, say economists

June 12, 2021
by Robert Fenech

‘When you lose tax sovereignty, you lose an important lever with which to govern’

France and Germany reiterate calls for global corporate tax rate agreement

May 27, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Ireland has come out against the US-backed proposal for a minimum 15% global tax rate on multinational corporations

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

Malta Chamber calls for an effective ban on businesses with serious tax shortcomings from public procurement

January 12, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The leading business lobby also made extensive reference to 'abusive' and 'extravagant' Government spending

WATCH: Finance Minister in scathing speech about ‘changing culture’ in Malta on paying tax

January 10, 2022
by Helena Grech

He said he will work towards making Malta’s tax department among the most modern on the island

Property tax exemption only temporary, Finance Ministry insists

November 17, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Measure drew widespread criticism from stakeholders

Malta loses €316 million to tax abuse – report

November 16, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Almost $500bn ‘lost to tax abuse by firms and super-rich in 2021’

Tax refund season: Government to dispatch cheques to 250,000 people

September 17, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

In a previous iteration of the scheme, people who earned less than €60,000 annually received the refund

EU’s leading banks store €20bn annually in ‘tax havens’ including Malta – analysts

September 6, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

The figures lend fuel to calls for action on aggressive tax planning by multinational corporations

Global corporate tax: Finance Minister says countries fully against are being left out of negotiation table

July 20, 2021
by Helena Grech

Malta was among 130 countries and jurisdictions signatory to an OECD plan for ‘fairer’ tax rules, despite its stake in ...

Plan for global corporate tax rate unlikely to affect Malta ‘for now’, say economists

June 12, 2021
by Robert Fenech

‘When you lose tax sovereignty, you lose an important lever with which to govern’

France and Germany reiterate calls for global corporate tax rate agreement

May 27, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Ireland has come out against the US-backed proposal for a minimum 15% global tax rate on multinational corporations