Living in Malta
With personalised financial advice from Blevins Franks, you can make the most of what you have while keeping up with the complex tax rules in both Malta and the UK.
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While there’s no inheritance or gift tax in Malta, there are stamp duty charges on the transfer of real estate and some Maltese shares.
Maltese law also applies ‘forced heirship’ rules on real estate. This means that your spouse and children will inherit a certain proportion of your property, regardless of what your will says. We can present legitimate options to ensure your estate is distributed according to your exact wishes while protecting your heirs from paying more tax than necessary
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Help with your UK pension planning
There’s more choice than ever for accessing your UK pension savings. Blevins Franks can advise you on the pros and cons of each option as well as the local tax implications in Malta, so you can make a fully informed decision on the best solution for you.
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Investment advice tailored for you
Our specialist expertise can make sure your finances are structured as tax efficiently as possible with an investment strategy tailor-made for you.
We start with an objective assessment of your risk profile so that we can recommend portfolios designed around your personal situation and objectives. We have access to some of the world’s best investment managers to make sure your money works as hard as it can.
Speak to Blevins Franks to take full advantage of the tax and investment opportunities available to British expatriates living in Malta.
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The tax rates, scope and reliefs may change. Any statements concerning taxation are based upon our understanding of current taxation laws and practices which are subject to change. Tax information has been summarised; an individual is advised to seek personalised advice.