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Malta is mainly used for trading and holding companies, whilst other jurisdictions are typically recommended as holding companies.
More information is found on the MFSA website.
Non-residents are not subject to withholding taxes on dividends. Dividends will be distributed after the corporate tax is paid; however, as explained above 30% will be refunded back to shareholders. No further taxes will be due by shareholders on such … Continue reading
This depends on the company’s activity, if the company is involved in trading then it is required to register; however, holding companies do not need to register for VAT.
Yes, the Malta company is subject to a corporate tax, which is paid annually based on the company’s profit. The corporate tax rate in Malta is 35%; however when a company has foreign shareholders they are eligible for a 30% … Continue reading
Yes, annual fees will depend on the company’s share capital typically € 100 for minimum share capital, rising up to € 900 for a company with a share capital of € 1,000,000.
Yes, statutory audits are required annually for any company size, irrespective whether the company trades or not.
Is it possible to maintain the statutory records outside the Maltese registered office? If yes, do any conditions apply?
Yes, as long as these are made available upon request.
Constitutional company documents, bookkeeping documents including financial statements, VAT returns, and tax returns.