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New rules on Non Dom taxation if worldwide income is €35,000

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New rules on Non Dom taxation if worldwide income is €35,000

Postby fatmanfilms » Thu 3 May 2018 18:15 GMT

If either a single person or a married couple have worldwide income of over €35,000 euro, then there is a minimum tax of €5000 payable in Malta. I got married 18 months ago & with joint income this will hit us.
http://www.act.com.mt/articles-publicat ... n-2018.php
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