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Eurotax Consulting

Business Consulting

Our consultancy is in an area of service that helps companies improve their business processes and strategies to enhance their performance and profitability. One specific type of business consultancy is exit taxation, which refers to advice given to businesses that wish to relocate to another country. Especially for entrepreneurs planning to relocate their business to Malta, exit taxation can be of great importance.

Malta is a small EU country that is attractive to many businesses due to its favourable tax regime and its geographical location in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. However, when a company relocates to Malta, it may face various tax issues and problems, particularly in relation to exit taxation.

Exit taxation refers to the taxation of assets held by a company when it relocates to another country. This taxation can occur in a number of ways and depends on the tax laws of the country of origin and the country of destination. A business consultancy specialising in exit taxation can help companies understand and minimise the various tax implications of moving to Malta.

Specifically, our business consultancy can provide you with the following services in relation to exit taxation:

  • Analysis of the tax implications of the move on the business and its assets.
  • Development of tax strategies to minimise the tax burden
  • Advice on tax compliance and legislation in Malta
  • Assistance in applying for tax relief and incentives in Malta
  • Advising on the selection of an appropriate corporate structure in Malta to minimise the tax burden.

Overall, an exit taxation consultancy can assist companies to ensure a smooth and successful move to Malta while minimising the tax implications.

There are various aspects to consider when it comes to exit taxation, which may vary depending on the individual circumstances of the company and the tax laws of the country of origin and the country of destination. In general, companies should consider the following when it comes to exit taxation:

  • Assets: companies should carefully examine their assets to determine which assets may be affected by exit taxation. These may include real estate, shares, intellectual property or other assets.
  • Tax regulations: Companies should carefully review the tax regulations of the country of origin and the country of destination to ensure that they comply with all requirements and do not risk penalties or sanctions.
  • Tax strategies: Companies should develop a tax strategy to minimise the tax burden, for example by taking advantage of tax benefits, tax holidays or depreciation.
  • Corporate structure: Companies should choose an appropriate corporate structure that minimises the tax burden while meeting their business objectives and requirements.
  • Timing of the move: The timing of the move can also play a role, as the tax implications may vary depending on the timing of the move.
  • Advice: Businesses should seek expert advice on exit taxation to ensure they consider all relevant factors and make the best possible decisions.

Overall, exit taxation requires careful planning and preparation to ensure that companies consider all relevant factors and make the best possible decisions.