Malta’s recently released 2022 Budget includes measures to support low-income workers and those working part-time or overtime, to improve the supply of affordable housing, and to introduce a new concessionary tax regime for artists and performers.
Lowtax.net News: Bahamas Announces COVID-19 Tax Reliefs
The Bahamas Department of Inland Revenue has announced a Tax Credit and Tax Deferral Employment Retention Programme, which will benefit businesses with an annual turnover of BSD3m (USD3m) or more and a minimum of 25 non-executive employees.
Lowtax.net News: Aruba Announces Plan For Comprehensive Tax Reform
The Aruba Government has released a new fiscal reform plan, which will cut personal taxes and overhaul the property tax regime.
Lowtax.net News: Dubai Airport Freezone Launches Islamic Business Incubator
The Dubai Airport Freezone, the low-tax Middle East free trade zone, has welcomed Islamic startup incubator „Goodforce Labs“ to the zone.
Lowtax.net News: Barbados, Australia Eyeing Double Tax Pact
Barbados’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Maxine McClean, has stressed the importance of tax cooperation with Australia in recent comments at a reception marking Australia Day.
Lowtax.net News: Bermuda To Change Tack On Tax Reform
Bermuda has hinted that it will soon offer a tax amnesty and drop plans for the introduction of a general service tax.
Lowtax.net News: Trinidad And Tobago’s 2018 Budget Hikes Taxes
Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Finance, Colm Imbert, has announced a range of tax rises in the territory’s recent 2018 Budget.
Lowtax.net News: Jersey Welcomes UK Brexit Trade Plans
Jersey has welcomed the UK Government’s positive commitment to engage with the Crown Dependencies in its recently released Brexit position paper, „Continuity in the availability of goods for the EU and the UK.“
Lowtax.net News: Saint Vincent To Hike VAT Rate
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines’s 2017 Budget includes an increase to the value-added tax rate and measures to counter stamp duty avoidance.
Lowtax.net News: EU Businesses Scope Out Sharjah Free Trade Zone
Delegations from companies and organizations from six countries – Britain, Belgium, Italy, Greece, Hungary, and Lithuania – recently toured Sharjah Airport International Free Zone.