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ACT | Professional Advisory Services
ACT is a multi-disciplinary firm made up of young, dynamic and experienced professionals providing Advisory, Corporate, Tax and other related services to an extensive array of international clients.
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The firm’s personnel strive to be the best to provide an efficient service to our clients, who range from private individuals and family owned business to medium sized and multi-national enterprises. We give utmost importance to our clients’ needs and we strive to be as efficient, professional and timely in whatever we do. Our values include trust, competence and integrity.
Professional Advisory Services
We strive to be the best to provide an efficient service to our clients, who range from private individuals and family owned business to medium sized and multi-national enterprises. We give utmost importance to our clients’ needs and we strive to be as efficient, professional and timely in whatever we do. Our values include trust, competence and integrity.
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The Government of Malta has, by means of ACT VIII of 2020 published various important provisions in Malta’s fiscal legislation, which implement the key measures announced by the Minister of Finance in his budget speech of October 2019. A summary of the most...
The Government has yesterday evening announced a substantial increase in the financial assistance to those businesses who are being mostly hit by the current COVD-19 outbreak. This follows the measures announced last week by the same Government which can be accessed...
A revised refund claim application form relative to refunds claimed in terms of Article 48(4) and 48(4A) of the Income Tax Management Act, will be circulated shortly. Such revised application form will be the only valid application accepted as from 1 June...
Further to the changes relative to the beneficial ownership register brought about by the 5th AML Directive), transposed into Maltese legislation by means of Legal Notice 26 of 2020 (Prevention of Money Laundering and Funding of Terrorism (Amendment) Regulations,...
A document that is certified by the Commissioner, or by a person authorised by him for this purpose, as being a true reproduction of an electronic copy, prepared by or under the authority of the Commissioner, that was furnished to or issued by the Commissioner, will...
Maltese companies are subject to tax at the rate of 35% on their worldwide income and capital gains. Malta grants various fiscal incentives to both companies and their shareholders upon the distribution of a dividend.
Malta has recently seen an increase in the number of Electronic Money Institutions (EMIs) looking to set up their operations in Malta. This has been largely due to the growth in the e-commerce and the i-gaming industries.