Malta Value Added Tax VAT Services

Malta value added tax vat services in Malta | Papilio Services Limited

Malta Value Added Tax is increasingly becoming a very complex area and can require specialist assistance in ensuring a company or trader is fully compliant. We provide VAT services in Malta that will take away the administrative burden allowing you to focus on your business. We work on a general or transactional basis to ensure the client value for money.

Malta has one of the lowest VAT rates in Europe at 18% making it a strategically viable option for Malta Company Formation.

Maltese VAT is regulated by the Value Added Tax Act

Chapter 406 of the Laws of Malta, periodically updated by means of separate Legal Notices  which transpose EU VAT Directives.

As of 1 January 2010, Council Directive 2008/9/EC of 12 February 2008 laying down detailed rules for the refund of value added tax, provided for in Directive 2006/112/EC, to taxable persons not established in the member State of Refund but established in another Member State, more commonly known as “The Eighth Directive” has been transposed by means of Legal Notice 357 of 2009. There are also a number beneficial specialist VAT schemes in Malta such as the Malta Superyacht VAT Registration and we can also advise clients on the newly introduced changes to the place of supply rules for services to electronic services from January 1st 2015.

Our Malta Value Added Tax VAT services in the Republic of Malta and the EU are carried out by specialist advisers whom have a deep knowledge and understanding of the relevant Malta and EU VAT legislation as well as a wealth of practical experience assisting clients with a range of VAT services in Malta. Examples of these services can include simple VAT registration queries to more complex and specialist VAT issues such as cross border supplies, bonded supplies and importation of goods into the European Union.

VAT rates in Malta

Finally, we can provide assistance with any dispute or matter arising with the VAT department in Malta.