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Malta Sotheby’s International Realty to join the Global Luxury Realty Conclave in India

16 Feb , 2017  

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Malta SIR operated by CSB Group is set to take part in the highly anticipated Global Luxury Realty Conclave. The exhibition will place on the 25th and 26th of February at the Taj Palace in New Delhi, India. This international networking platform will bring representatives not only from Sotheby’s International Realty, but also representatives from […]

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Malta Luxury Real Estate News

The IIP programme and the Real Estate Market at a glance

15 Dec , 2016  

Tigne Point in Sliema

The number of 3rd country nationals purchasing a Maltese passport have tripled in 1 year, but only 1/5th of them have actually bought a property, while the vast majority opting for long lease. This trend has come to light from the 3rd Annual report issued by the Office of the Regulator of the Individual Investors […]

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Malta Luxury Real Estate News,Real Estate News,Tax & Residency

Property Tax: Why?

25 Feb , 2015  

Property Tax in Malta

Property Tax often includes annual taxes based on the value of immovable property, taxes on sales of real property, net wealth taxes, taxes on inheritances and gifts, taxes on transfers of securities, and even taxes on the non-use, or uneconomically wanted, or non-economically beneficial, types of properties.  In Malta, property tax is one way of […]

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Malta Luxury Real Estate News,Real Estate News,Tax & Residency

Proposed changes to property tax

25 Feb , 2015  

Luxury Properties Malta

The Notarial Council is expecting the government to reconsider its decision to eliminate the possibility for property sellers to pay capital gains tax, at least in certain transactions. It has proposed concrete alternatives to the Ministry of Finance and the Inland Revenue Department. However, such changes should only be completed after a thorough consultation is […]

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Taxation on Rent

27 Jan , 2015  

Taxation on Rents

Up until 31st December 2013, rental income could be taxed as trading income (typically rental income derived by a person who habitually rents out immovable property) or non-trading rental income. Whilst rental income derived from a trading activity attracts most allowable deductions available to trading activities, non-trading rental income would qualify for the following deductions: […]

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FAQ,Real Estate News,Retirement in Malta,Tax & Residency

Retirement in Malta

23 Jan , 2015  

Retirement in Malta

Living in Malta Our retirement quality-driven solutions are geared to assist you in making your retirement in Malta as smooth as possible, also by saving precious time. We will strive to guide and present you with a number of options in order to facilitate your move to our country; based on the notion of Customer-Relationship […]

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FAQ,Real Estate News,Relocating to Malta,Retirement in Malta,Tax & Residency

The Malta Ordinary Residence Permit

23 Jan , 2015  

Malta Ordinary Residence Permit

The concept of ordinary residence, although not legalistic is not as challenging as domicile. Also, the term is not defined in our law and lends its definition from British judgements. In fact it has been stated that a person is ordinary resident in a country by taking into account the duration of the individual’s presence […]

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Retirement Programme Rules in Malta

23 Jan , 2015  

Malta Retirement Programme Rules

By virtue of the inclusion of the recent Subsidiary Legislation 123.134 to the Maltese Income Tax Act, a special tax status has been issued for retirees from EU, EEA countries and Switzerland when remitting their pension into Malta. This means that a fixed tax rate of 15% will be due on the pension remitted, and […]

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Residency in Malta & Taxation

22 Jan , 2015  

Residency in Malta Taxation

There are many reasons why one would consider moving to Malta and taking up residence. The year round mild weather and friendly people come to mind first. They say a country’s greatest assets are not its gold or cash reserves, but its people. Subsequently, everything else is built on this. HERE ARE SOME TANGIBLE BENEFITS […]

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