Direct Tax Services
We have a passion for tax. Through our specialized team of tax advisors we assist clients in their tax compliance requirements as well as providing creative and innovative fiscal advice to help our clients take full advantage of new opportunities.
At ACT we provide clients seeking tax advice with efficient, creative, comprehensive and current advice. We advise and assist private individuals seeking tax advice on cross border tax implications on employment income, business profits, passive income, capital gains and other income. We also provide tax advice to corporations and other entities on cross border transactions and on how they can take advantage of tax incentives afforded by tax law to mitigate their tax liability.
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At ACT we offer a complete tax solution by liaising with our clients’ tax advisors in their country of residence or incorporation. Our advice in this area is personalized since we focus on the particular needs of the client.
Our services include:
(a) Preparation and submission to the Maltese tax authorities of private and corporate income tax returns;
(b) Liaison with the Maltese tax authorities on various tax issues;
(c) Provision of written tax advice on various complex tax issues;
(d) Advice on the most tax-efficient tax structures to set up taking into account the particular facts and circumstances of our clients;
(e) Tax computations on business profits, capital gains, and other income;
(f) Advice on allowable deductions, exemptions, cross border tax issues, double taxation treaty considerations and tax planning opportunities.
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ACT is a well-known and respected boutique tax advisory firm providing high-quality tax advice to Multinational Enterprises, SMEs including family owned and other owner-manged companies, family offices, trusts, foundations, employees and high net worth individuals.
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.