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By Jonathan Dingli, Simon Xuereb
IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, published in July 2014, is the new financial instruments standard which replaced IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement...
By Anthony Pace
The growth and sustainability of a family business lies in the fine balance between the needs of the business and the expectations of family members.
By Pierre Portelli
Diversity and inclusion is a business and people issue, connected to the sustainability and profitability of our firm, the quality of our relationships with clients and the solutions we provide.
By Hilary Galea-Lauri, Christopher Azzopardi
Audit is evolving as regulatory and compliance demands continue to increase, and in some ways, change.
By Christopher Azzopardi
Bitcoin's surge in value near the end of 2017 brought Blockchain to the mainstream, but its impact extends further than cryptocurrencies.
By Simon Xuereb, Stephan Piazza
Individuals holding certain key positions with undertakings operating in the Maritime industry or involved in servicing the Offshore Oil and Gas industry may benefit from this special tax status in Malta.
By Anthony Pace, Doreen Fenech
Persons in possession of a permit to accept construction waste and demolition material in their quarries in Malta can claim a tax credit.
By Stephan Piazza
We live in a world where Disruption became part of our daily routine. Be prepared to be a Disruptor, not the Disrupted.
By Jonathan Dingli
IFRS 9 brings about major changes to the classification and measurement of an entity's financial assets, and the calculation of impairment thereon, and is expected to have a major impact...
By Anthony Pace
The implications of VAT Grouping are several for those persons eligible to form or join a VAT Group.
By Anthony Pace
Taxpayers can claim a tax deduction of 150% of the costs incurred for the transportation of employees to and from the place of work.
By Malcolm Pace Debono
Organisations need to focus on retaining talent that is willing to invest their time and effort into growing and developing the organisation.
By Malcolm Pace Debono
Employee retention has been a ‘hot topic' across industries for a number of years. A Willis Towers Watson study in 2015 found that more than half of all organisations globally have difficulty...
By Simon Xuereb
Maltese domiciled individuals established abroad in a field of excellence and who return to work in Malta, may benefit from a 15% flat rate of tax.
By KPMG Malta
An individual born in Malta who has resided outside of Malta may opt to benefit from the returned migrants special tax status.
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