companies in Malta and those looking to invest in-country now have
greater access to all the information they need about Malta’s company tax system thanks to legal firm, Acumum - Legal & Advisory.
The firm has just completed the most comprehensive tax note on Malta’s trading company tax system ever compiled and are encouraging businesses, shareholders and investors alike to use the free information to their advantage.
The former British colony of Malta is famous for having one of the lowest tax rates in the European Union, offering a wealth of benefits to companies seeking greater tax efficiency, whilst remaining a 100% EU and OECD legitimate jurisdiction.
Yet those looking to invest in the area have often come away frustrated and confused thanks to the lack of clear, in-depth knowledge of the subject.
With their new guide, the team at Acumum Legal & Advisory plan to change all that.
“Based in Malta ourselves, we spend a lot of time providing advice and support on tax to both established companies and those wishing to set up in Malta. In doing so, we found that many didn’t have access to clear, quality information about how Malta’s tax system works, and what it means for their business,” says Geraldine Noel, Managing Partner at Acumum. “We set out to change all that by putting together our own comprehensive tax note, making this information readily available and accessible.”
Acumum are an international legal and advisory firm whose team of Maltese, British and international lawyers, tax advisers and accountants have plied their trade not only in their homelands, but across the globe, including in the United States, Switzerland and the Cayman Islands. In doing so, they have developed a reputation as some of the most sought-after experts in the fields of company and personal, legal and taxation services.
The new tax note can be found online at http://www.acumum.com/expertise/tax/malta-company-taxation/
Notes to editors:
For more information on Acumum Legal & Advisory, as well as Malta companies and how the Malta tax system can work for you, please visit www.acumum.com. Alternatively, contact Geraldine Noel, UK barrister registered in Malta, at email@example.com, on Malta: +356 2778 1700 or via Skype: acumum.
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