How does taxation for self-employed workers work in Malta?

Self-employed workers in Malta must pay a provisional tax in three installments during the year:

20% in April

30% in August

50% in December

The balance is to be paid within the first semester of the following year (June 30).

They are then subject to a 15% social security contribution rate.

How does income taxation for the self-employed work in Malta? We explain it to you!

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