During the Session the process of completing a personal tax return for each status, scheme and variant as allowed by Maltese law will be explained through practical examples. The session will include a holistic overview of the tax return process and the variables making up a tax return, tax computation and applicable methods, cross-referencing to the legislation supporting a return and reference to the different forms required to be submitted to a tax return.
- Overview of the variables making up a tax return (including any exemptions, rebates, etc)
- Tax computation and methods
- Cross-referencing to the legislation supporting a return
- Reference to the different forms required to be submitted to a tax return
- Holistic overview of the tax return process
Thursday 9th June
5:00pm – 8:00pm
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Rebecca Vella is an accountant by profession, having joined KPMG in 2015 after reading a Masters in Accountancy at the University of Malta. Previously involved in the provision of domestic and international tax compliance and advisory services at KPMG, she is currently a manager in the Tax – Family Offices and Private Clients Services Team. Her work involves interaction with individuals and groups of companies based in Malta and outside of Malta with local presence, including also different types of entities, such as foundations and trusts, being involved in both the provision of advice, as well as assisting in the relocation to Malta, setting up and/ or reorganisation of group structures, as well as with the maintenance of such structures on an ongoing basis, including assisting individuals with annual tax compliance and relative advice. Her experience includes having worked at KPMG London for 3 months, during which period she formed part of the International Tax – Financial Services Team, working on different engagements, ranging from Tax Audits, MDR implementation, reorganisation and related advice, with clients being namely large banks based in the UK and internationally; and is also a visiting lecturer at the Malta Institute of Management and Malta Institute of Taxation, amongst others.