8:24 AM, 29th May 2023, About 6 months ago 6
The tax benefits associated with retiring or otherwise relocating to Malta can be significant. This is something I know firsthand because my wife and I took that leap back in 2016.
Below is a very short summary of some of the tax benefits my wife and I have enjoyed whilst living in Malta.
It was much easier to become a resident in Malta back in 2016 when my wife and I relocated. This is because the UK was still part of the EU at that time. It is still possible now, but you will need to consider all the pros and cons, especially the financial ones because it is nowhere near as straightforward these days.
Over the seven and a half years my wife and I have lived in Malta I have lost count of how many times people have wanted to discuss this subject with us. The thing is, we are not experts on tax law in Malta, we only know what has worked for us based on the professional advice we have taken on our personal circumstances and objectives. That said, I have compiled a useful set of contacts who have put together a very useful PDF document that explains the basics. I’m happy for you to download that PDF for free by completing the form below. Once you have done that you will be redirected to Calendly, where you can book a one-to-one consultation with an expert to discuss your personal objectives. That initial consultation is priced at £250 and comes with our guarantee of total satisfaction or a full refund.