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Taxation in Malta

TaxationAccording to the CIA World Factbook, Malta's tax revenue represented 40.5% of its GDP in 2012. Its highest brackets for both corporate and individual tax are both 35%. Click here to see tax treaties that Malta has with other countries. Individuals who are domiciled and ordinarily resident in Malta pay income tax on their world-wide income. Individuals who are domiciled elsewhere, and who are resident but not ordinarily resident in Malta pay tax on their income arising in Malta, or remitted there (but not capital gains, whether remitted or not). For a further overview of taxation in Malta, see our Malta Focus editorial.


 

 




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