The double taxation treaty between Malta and Liechtenstein has come into force

The Convention between the Government of the Republic of Malta and the Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein for the avoidance of the double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income and on capital has come into force as from 1st July 2014. read more →


Malta and Moldova sign double tax treaty

Malta and Moldova have signed the double taxation agreement between the two countries.  This agreement was signed by the Malta Foreign Minister George Vella and Moldova Deputy Prime Minister Natalia Gherman on 10th April 2014. The agreement was signed in line with the European Union’s encouragment for the integration of Moldova and Georgia.  Malta promises.. read more →


Budget highlights 2014

The Minister of Finance, the Hon. Prof. Edward Scicluna, presented his 2014 Budget Speech on 4 November 2013.  Cost of Living Adjustment Cost of Living Adjustment will be €3.49 per week.  Consequently, the minimum wage will increase from €162.19 to €165.68 per week.  Tax law will be amended so that all persons earning the minimum.. read more →


Global residence programme

The Global Residence Programme Rules were introduced by virtue of Legal Notice 167 of 2013 and these rules came into force with effect from 1st July 2013. The new scheme is so far the most advantageous residence scheme available to non-EU nationals, particularly since the minimum value threshold related property investments and rental has been.. read more →


Malta and Russia sign new double taxation agreement

Malta and Russia have signed a double taxation avoidance agreement. The agreement was signed at the Russian Finance Ministry on 24 April 2013 by Maltese ambassador Raymond Sarsero, and the Deputy Minister of Finance, Sergey Dmitrievich Shatalov. Malta Foreign Minister George Vella said that the signing of this agreement reflected his ministry’s commitment to promote.. read more →