Register a company in Malta and benefit from a tax refund up to 86%.
5% tax to the non resident shareholder of a Malta company. EU Jurisdiction and ideal location for setting up a holding company.
This is the perfect oppurtunity to think about a Malta offshore company and take advantage of the tax benefits the country has to offer.
Malta has been a member of the European Union since 2004 and offers a variety of different corporate tax schemes which when invoked may allow a corporate structure to benefit from corporate tax rates as low as five percent.
Malta holding companies may enjoy a full participation exemption which means that all the income tax due on both the dividends derived from a participating holding and gains from the transfer thereof, are relieved, ie no tax is due.
Softbroke recently partnered up with EMD who is a multi-disciplinary consultancy firm providing a vast array of services to both local and international clientele. Such services include company formation and administration, setting up of trusts, local and international tax consultancy and compliance, accounting, book-keeping, payroll and recruitment services.
According to Softbrokes CEO Mr Stefan Jansson, it´s a more and more common question from our clients to launch an Malta company structure and especially because of the tax benefits and we are thrilled to partner up in a mutual partnership with EMD who help all of our clients who need expert help and support regarding the legal aspects of running an Malta company.
Over the past few years, Malta has seen a drive by successive governments to promote the islands’ development as a prime international business, financial and maritime centre.
As a result of Malta’s membership of the European Union and the consequent adoption of Community legislation, and also because Malta complies with the policies and directives of international organisations such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Malta enjoys an excellent reputation and track record.
>In the third edition of the Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI) report published in March 2008, Malta was identified as one of the top three financial centres worldwide likely to increase in importance over the next two to three years. Malta was also listed among the financial centres where operators might think of opening in the next five years. The index, which rates and ranks each major financial centre in the world in terms of its competitiveness, is issued by the City of London Corporation.
The price is €2500 and after we recieved your required documents,the company will be up and running in less then 48 hours.
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