Malta and Romania sign double taxation agreement

July 4, 2024
by BN Writer

Last year, Malta and Romania celebrated the 55th anniversary since the establishment of their bilateral relations on 7th June 1968

FinanceMalta welcomes improvement in Malta’s tax transparency ranking in OECD report

April 1, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Progress was registered in four out of 10 metrics

Top 5% of taxpayers responsible for one-third of all income tax paid in Malta

March 12, 2024
by Robert Fenech

On the other hand, the bottom third of income earners pay just 1.7% of all income tax generated

Malta’s 5% tax scheme yields annual €215 million for Government purse

February 12, 2024
by Robert Fenech

There are over 8,000 companies making use of Malta’s attractive tax refund system

MIA tax conference highlights need for businesses to break conventional boundaries to remain competitive

December 19, 2023
by BN Writer

MIA CEO Maria Cauchi Delia said that present fiscal changes seek to push for transparency, simplification, and consistency

Corporate tax reforms will make Malta’s business model ‘even more competitive’ – PM Robert Abela

October 25, 2023
by Fabrizio Tabone

The Prime Minister spoke during EY Malta’s Malta Future Realised Conference

Malta Tax & Customs Administration is now accepting digital documents signed with electronic signatures

August 23, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Tax authorities’ acceptance of digital signatures is set to ‘make life easier’ for corporate service providers and tax practitioners

More than 500 companies recorded over €1 million in pre-tax profits in 2021

May 25, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

A total of 1,993 locally registered companies recorded over €100,000 in pre-tax profits

Malta Business Bureau to hold webinar on EU VAT in the digital age

May 17, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The EU Commission is proposing the implementation of a single VAT registration system throughout the EU

Tax repayment agreements increased by 41% in 2022 – report

May 15, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

There is still around €800 million in unpaid tax

Peter Agius says Finance Minister is misleading the public when blaming the EU for tax overhaul

March 30, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The MEP candidate expects a higher minimum tax rate for all foreign companies, not just those earning over €750 million

Corporate tax reform back on Malta’s agenda as Finance Minister hints at changes in next Budget

March 29, 2023
by Robert Fenech

The issue was gathering steam prior to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which shifted the continent’s priorities… for a time

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

Malta and Romania sign double taxation agreement

July 4, 2024
by BN Writer

Last year, Malta and Romania celebrated the 55th anniversary since the establishment of their bilateral relations on 7th June 1968

FinanceMalta welcomes improvement in Malta’s tax transparency ranking in OECD report

April 1, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Progress was registered in four out of 10 metrics

Top 5% of taxpayers responsible for one-third of all income tax paid in Malta

March 12, 2024
by Robert Fenech

On the other hand, the bottom third of income earners pay just 1.7% of all income tax generated

Malta’s 5% tax scheme yields annual €215 million for Government purse

February 12, 2024
by Robert Fenech

There are over 8,000 companies making use of Malta’s attractive tax refund system

MIA tax conference highlights need for businesses to break conventional boundaries to remain competitive

December 19, 2023
by BN Writer

MIA CEO Maria Cauchi Delia said that present fiscal changes seek to push for transparency, simplification, and consistency

Corporate tax reforms will make Malta’s business model ‘even more competitive’ – PM Robert Abela

October 25, 2023
by Fabrizio Tabone

The Prime Minister spoke during EY Malta’s Malta Future Realised Conference

Malta Tax & Customs Administration is now accepting digital documents signed with electronic signatures

August 23, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Tax authorities’ acceptance of digital signatures is set to ‘make life easier’ for corporate service providers and tax practitioners

More than 500 companies recorded over €1 million in pre-tax profits in 2021

May 25, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

A total of 1,993 locally registered companies recorded over €100,000 in pre-tax profits

Malta Business Bureau to hold webinar on EU VAT in the digital age

May 17, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The EU Commission is proposing the implementation of a single VAT registration system throughout the EU

Tax repayment agreements increased by 41% in 2022 – report

May 15, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

There is still around €800 million in unpaid tax

Peter Agius says Finance Minister is misleading the public when blaming the EU for tax overhaul

March 30, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The MEP candidate expects a higher minimum tax rate for all foreign companies, not just those earning over €750 million

Corporate tax reform back on Malta’s agenda as Finance Minister hints at changes in next Budget

March 29, 2023
by Robert Fenech

The issue was gathering steam prior to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which shifted the continent’s priorities… for a time

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