Malta - Tax Guide for Freelance Contractors
Welcome to our guide to Malta Taxation. You will find a wealth of information which will be useful if you plan to work in, or place consultants in, Malta.
Our tax guides give a general overview of the actual taxation rates and rules at the time of writing. There are of course many ways to legally reduce tax or social security burdens in Malta. Please contact us for more information or an actual breakdown of your situation, and to find out more about our range of payroll and contact management services in Malta.
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Residents and non-residents
- working in Malta are required to pay social security contributions on their gross salary in Malta or in the country of their employer after an E101 has been issued.
Social security rates for 2012:
- 10.00% for employers of the weekly basic wages,
- 10.00% for employees of the weekly basic wages.
The social security contributions are subject to minimum and maximum amounts. The total maximum contribution in 2012 is EUR 37.85 per week.