GCS Malta offers payroll services which include the preparation of monthly salaries and wages and filing all the necessary documents to ensure that our clients fulfil their legal obligations with the relevant authorities whilst operating within Maltese jurisdiction.
Companies which are registered in Malta and which engage in employment activities are required to comply with a number of legislative criteria. Each company must be registered with the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) as an employer and all employees must be registered with Jobsplus.
Non-EU nationals must also obtain an employment license to work legally in Malta. Employment income is deemed to arise in Malta if paid in relation to services performed in Malta.
For each employee performing services in Malta, companies are required to tax their income under the Final Settlement System (FSS) and to submit monthly returns to the IRD providing certain details which would include the number of employees, amount of tax deducted and the amount of National Insurance (N.I.) contributions for the month.
The monthly return and payment covering wages, tax and national insurance contributions must be filed with the IRD not later than 30 days after the end of the previous month. In addition, at the end of each fiscal year, a reconciliation statement is submitted to the Department, consolidating the data derived from the monthly returns.
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