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Merchant Shipping Notice 108 Rev 2 - Minimum Basic Wage
The Merchant Shipping Directorate has issued a reminder that in terms of Rule 51 of the Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention) Rules, the minimum basic wage for a calendar month of service for an able seaman shall not be less than USD 618 on the 1 July 2019.
Malta
13 Jun 2019
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Payroll Outsourcing: Still Thinking About It?
Payroll processing is a delicate and complex area. Considering the peculiarities of cross border taxation, tax incentives, tax statuses, fringe benefits and an array of other monthly adjustments, the effort and know how required to process payroll are on the increase.
Malta
9 Apr 2019
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Malta Budget 2019
A summary with highlights of the key fiscal and economic points of the Malta Budget 2019.
Malta
14 Nov 2018
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Tax Deductions For Employee Transportation Costs
Taxpayers can claim a tax deduction of 150% of the costs incurred for the transportation of employees to and from the place of work.
Malta
18 May 2018
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Talent Retention: Is Salary Enough?
Organisations need to focus on retaining talent that is willing to invest their time and effort into growing and developing the organisation.
Malta
18 May 2018
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The Importance Of Employee Retention
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...
Malta
18 May 2018
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A Better Time To Be A Woman?
Gender equality is by no means a new topic but it is not one that we can proudly say we have mastered, yet.
Malta
12 Mar 2018
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Qualifying Employment In Aviation Rules
In order for an individual to be granted a formal determination for eligibility as a beneficiary in terms of such Rules, an application must be submitted to Transport Malta.
Malta
8 Jan 2018
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Retiring In Malta: Peace Of Mind
Under the Malta Retirement Programme Rules published in September 2012, EU, EEA or Swiss nationals desiring retirement in Malta, may, subject to qualifying for the special tax status, benefit from a flat 15% Maltese tax rate on their foreign source of income which is received in Malta.
Malta
21 Jan 2013
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