Personal tax in Malta
Not all individuals who earn or derive income in Malta are required to prepare individual tax returns. Our tax experts have extensive experience experience in assisting businesspeople and company directors to expatriates and foreign investors to move or invest in Malta.
The Commissioner for Revenue requires individuals to submit their personal tax return for the previous year by not later than the 30th of June. Our tax experts will discuss with you the basis of your income and will be integral in the preparation and submission of your tax return on a timely basis.
Should it be the case that you made mistakes in past declarations, we will be more than happy to prepare the required tax adjustments forms and submit them on your behalf.
Our services also encompass handling tax disputes, objections and appeals and negotiate with the inland revenue on your behalf. Our advise focuses on tax minimisation however this is always done in a legal and safe manner not to jeopardise our clients.