Personal Tax Refresher: Income from Self-Employment

Webinar: Personal Tax Refresher 2/2 | Income from Self-Employment

Income derived from self-employment should fall within Malta’s taxing net and will create compliance obligations for the self-employed individual. In determining his or her chargeable income, a self-employed individual may take advantage from several benefits provided for in the Income Tax Act. The session will comprise a discussion on the taxation of employed individuals and will cover various areas including:

  • Determination of chargeable income
  • Specific tax regimes and benefits for self-employed individuals
  • Double tax relief available on self-employment income
  • Compliance obligations

Who should attend

The course is designed for all practitioners, especially those routinely involved in personal tax compliance and advisory. It is also relevant for self-employed individuals. The sessions should also be relevant for other professionals having an interest in personal income tax. The session will provide an overview of the taxation of self-employed incomes. It will serve as a refresher for both practitioners who are routinely involved in personal tax compliance and advisory and self-employed individuals who wish to take a more hands-on approach in their personal tax matters.

Trainer 

Miraine Falzon - Senior consultant in EY's Business Tax Advisory team and a casual lecturer at the University of Malta. She graduated with a Master in Accountancy in 2016, successfully completed her Advanced Diploma in International Taxation in 2019, and is a CPA.

CPE Accreditation

3 hours of Core CPE will be awarded.

Webinar will be split in two sessions of 1.5 hr each (10:30am - 12:00am / Break / 2:00pm 3:30 pm). 

Registration

Send an email to events@mt.ey.com to confirm your attendance and payment. The cost for this session is €40 (excl. VAT).

Webcast

Personal Tax Refresher: Income from Self-Employment

3 CPE credit

*Webinar will be split in two session of 1.5 hrs each. Break from 12am to 2pm.

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