I understand their is another question on this subject but mine is more specific.
Currently a resident in the Netherland and considering the possibility of emigrating to Malta for a job opportunity, where I will not be in the country for the required 183 days.
For non Maltese residents, in order to obtain tax residency in Malta, one needs to reside in Malta for a period of 183 days in a calendar year. Until this period elapses, the applicable rates of tax for non-residents.
But 1. Under Maltese General Tax Law Non Maltese-domiciled EU Nationals have the right to reside in Malta and are entitled to a very favourable tax treatment: - Capital and overseas capital gains can be remitted tax-free. So if you can live off capital, you pay no tax.
So if my Maltese employer pays my salary into an offshore bank account say in the Netherlands where I'm then no longer a resident, could I be double taxed because my resident will default to the Netherlands and in Malta because I'm a non-residents? Or could I be exempt from tax in Malta and be taxed in the Netherland?
I'm looking for some clarity on subject!