John Huber

Welcome to John Huber & associates

Our mission is ambitious yet simple - To build and maintain successful and mutually satisfying business relationships with our clients. We strive to achieve this goal based on thorough knowledge of the Maltese tax regime and by offering a premium personalised and individualised service in a timely manner and by making every effort to exceed clients' expectations.

We also advise on the suitability of residency schemes based on the individual's requirements. Our office provides the necessary documentation and information for application processes.

At John Huber and associates, the way we work together and with our clients matters as much as what we accomplish.

John A. Huber


Personal Tax

Personal Tax

Increase your wealth and preserve you estate. Taxation in Malta is levied by the State and it is administered by the Commissioner for Revenue. If you are planning to live in Malta, there are key taxation matters you need be aware to protect your wealth. Thanks to double tax treaties with various countries, you possibly would not need to pay any tax to your country of origin. You can find a list of countries that have a double tax arrangement with Malta.

Living in Malta

Living in Malta

EU member, English as an official Language, Euro Currency. Malta offers a sunny lifestyle in the heart of the Mediterranean with English as an official language that is widely spoken. Expats are enticed by Malta’s entry into the EU, its adoption of the Euro, the fact that contractual agreements are in English, frequent flights from Malta to major European cities and Malta's beautiful weather, diverse culture and an opportunity to live in the Mediterranean.

EU, EEA and Swiss Nationals

EU,EEA and Swiss Nationals

Any EU and EEA or third country national residing in Malta for a period of more than three (3) months is required to obtain a permit from the authorities in Malta. If you become a resident in Malta you will need to pay tax on the income you bring into the country. EU,EEA and Swiss Nationals may qualify for the EU Registration Card or apply for the Malta Retirement Programme, The Residence Programme.

Corporate Tax

Corporate Tax

The Maltese tax legislation includes measures to attract the setting up of companies operating internationally and holding structures. These are in the form of refunds of tax paid to shareholders of a Maltese company and refunds of tax paid to foreign companies having a Maltese branch.

Individual Investor Programme

Individual Investor Programme

The programme is designed to facilitate Maltese Citizenship by Investment to non-Maltese nationals and their dependants Applications may be received by resident nationals of every country except countries where international sanctions apply or which the Maltese government decides to exclude. In order to qualify under the Programme, a number of requirements must be satisfied by the main applicant.

Retire in Malta

Retire in Malta

Boasting an average of 3000 hours of sunshine per year, 2000 years of history, English as a widely spoken official language, a high standard of living and excellent health services, the Malta Retirement Programme is compiled to suit most retirees.

Highly Qualified Individuals

Highly Qualified Individuals

Malta has introduced specific tax rules to attract top expertise and skills in the aviation, gaming and financial services sectors, to attract and recruit the highest qualified, experienced and senior professionals available worldwide. Senior employees filling positions with companies licensed by the Malta Financial Services Authority, the Malta and Gaming Authority and the Authority for Transport in Malta (Transport Malta), may avail from tax benefits pertaining to the Highly Qualified Persons Rules.