This Guide provides an overview of reasons why companies are Doing Business in Malta and outlines the legal, financial and tax framework for Companies Doing Business in Malta.
The Office of the President of the United States issued a Presidential Decree on the 31st January 2020 expanding the 2017 Travel Ban which applied to Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, Venezuela and North Korea. The new Decree includes Africa's largest country Nigeria, as well as Burma (Myanmar), Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Sudan and Tanzania.
 21 Nov 2019 Ms. Ekaterina Zammit
Taxation of Expatriates in Malta: Malta is a EU member that not only allows for the free movement but where ordinary residents can benefit from a Non-dom tax regime and taxation on a remittance basis.
 08 Nov 2019 Ms. Ekaterina Zammit
Personal taxation in Malta
Investors obtaining Turkish citizenship are eligible to apply for the United States of America E-1 (trader) and E-2 (investor) non-immigrant visas to enter the United States. This opportunity is only granted to nationals of countries that are considered as Treaty Countries.
Turkish Legislation makes it possible for foreign investors to acquire citizenship of Turkey by an investment of at least USD 250,000.
 25 Oct 2019 Kenneth A Camilleri
Malta has signed over 70 double tax treaties with several jurisdictions. Double tax treaties avoid the double taxation of passive and active income.
The Blockchain revolution is bringing about change in a number of different industries. The innovative technologies are being used to make administrative processes, research and data protection more secure and transparent. Through more reliable systems, customer service will see a significant improvement and profit margins will increase within the industry. A blockchain for the provision of healthcare, will, therefore, be a step in the right direction towards positive change.
Why relocate your business to Malta? Malta is a top jurisdiction to do business thanks to its optimal tax regime and legislation. See how you can benefit.
 30 Sep 2019 Charlene Ciantar
Forming a company within Malta entails various steps. Learn more through our FAQs, on how long does it take to set up a company and the types of companies which can be incorporated in Malta, overseas investments and company domiciliation.

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