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Malta Residence and Visa Programme Costs

The Malta Residence and Visa Programme does not restrict applicants to stay in Malta for a minimum amount of days or pay any annual tax.However, if an applicant spends more than 183 days in Malta, they are required to be registered for tax purposes. The main applicant is required to satisfy a ‘fit and proper…

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Malta Remote Gaming Advantages

Remote gaming regulation was originally established in Malta in 2004, however since then the remote gaming industry in Malta has grown and developed, becoming one of the largest and best regarded jurisdictions in the world. In a nutshell – Why Malta? Malta offers several attractive factors for the remote gaming operators wanting to establish themselves…

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Malta Online Gaming

Malta has been a leader in respect of online gaming regulation for almost two decades now. Since the 2000s the iGaming industry in Malta has witnessed a remarkable and rapid growth. Malta has clearly become the jurisdiction of choice for many operators. Malta in fact boasts of regulating some of the world’s largest and leading…

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IFRS 16 amendment – Covid-19 Related provision exempts lessees from modifying their accounts in relation to rent concession

In the light of the pandemic the International Accounting Standards Board has issued an amendment to IFRS 16 Leases to facilitate the accounting treatment for lessees when it comes to covid-19 related rent concessions. This amendment permits lessees to elect not to assess whether rent concessions received as a result of the covid-19 pandemic (and…

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IIP Comparisons

The value of having a second Maltese passport Studies have shown that the majority of people would be interested in obtaining a second passport, with an EU passport is most desired given the visa free access it grants to various countries both within and outside the European Union. Apart from travel benefits, applicants would also…

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EU residency through Malta post-Brexit

Brexit was originally due to happen on March 29 2019, but the deadline was delayed twice after MPs rejected then Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal between the UK and the EU. 2020 will be considered as a transition year with the possibility to extend this period to another year or two and everyone will be…

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Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Malta

Most of the people coming to Malta to apply for residence or maybe even the Maltese passport, like to come for a visit before any serious commitments. Just in case you are still thinking about it… pack your bags, here are some things you can do when you come over! From crystal blue waters to…

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Malta Residence for EU Nationals

Maltese Residency for EU Nationals In order to obtain residence in Malta, EU nationals may opt to apply for Ordinary residence or The Residence Programme (TRP). Under both programmes, applicants will be handed with a 5-year residence permit which can be renewed, provided all conditions are met. The Ordinary Residence programme is a great opportunity…

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Brexit Loading

Brexit has just happened! But don’t worry if you wish to remain a Maltese resident post December 2020 transition period. In fact British nationals “will keep EU residency rights” after Brexit. Brexit was originally due to happen on March 29 2019, but the deadline was delayed twice after MPs rejected then Prime Minister Theresa May’s…

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Happy 2020!

Whoever lives on this lovely island of Malta knows how precious long weekends are -especially for all those working in Malta. This year Malta will have 13 public holidays and this year, out of which six are falling either on a Friday or a Monday and some others on a Thursday or a Tuesday. Therefore…

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