Taxation of Immovable Property Transfers
The session will provide an overview of the main tax implications of transferring and or acquiring immovable property with the main focus being immovable property situated in Malta. The session will touch upon the income tax on capital gains implications, the property transfer tax implications and also the duty on documents and transfers implications of immovable property transfers and acquisitions as well as provide brief background on applicable exemptions related thereto.
Investors, Accountants; Other Finance Team members, Service Providers, Tax Professionals
This session will help attendees understand the tax implications of acquiring and selling immovable property under different circumstances.
Kurt Farrugia, Associate Director, International Tax Advisory, KPMG in Malta
Kurt is an Associate Director at KPMG forming part of the firm’s international tax team. As an accountant Kurt joined the tax function of KPMG in 2014 after reading for the Master in Accountancy course at the University of Malta (UoM). He has since completed, with distinction, the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation offered by the Chartered Institute of Taxation and was awarded the Heather Self Medal for placing first globally in the Principles of International Taxation paper. Kurt is involved in the provision of direct tax compliance and advisory services to domestic and international corporate clients specialising in the areas of Income Tax on Capital Gains, Duty on Documents and Transfers and International Tax. Kurt is also involved in the delivery of technical presentations both to KPMG staff and to clients and has also delivered lectures and tutorials to both ACCA and UoM students
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- Guided Learning 3 Hours
- Language English