The Blevins Franks Guide to Taxes in Malta.
The Maltese islands have much to offer expatriates. Malta is a stable EU Member State, where English is one of the two official languages. It has a relatively low cost of living, an excellent health care service and a low crime rate. It is steeped in history and its active social and cultural life caters for all ages. To add to all this, it has around 300 days of sunshine a year.
Besides offering a very favourable tax regime to foreign nationals, there are no wealth taxes or rates or council taxes in Malta.
This 15-page guide looks at many of the issues facing people moving to Malta, to raise awareness of the ones that may affect you. It has 15 chapters, including –
Where are you tax resident?
What tax will you pay in Malta?
What about tax treaties?
Are your investments tax efficient for you?
What about your pension income?
What about offshore bank interest?
What about tax-efficient investment structures?
Will you have to pay inheritance tax in Malta?
Who is going to inherit your assets?
The different residence programmes in Malta
Rates of tax
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