The VAT treatment of gaming supplies is regulated by guidelines issued by the Commissioner for Revenue back in 2017 and which came into effect as from 01 January 2018. Such guidelines, which according to the Malta VAT Act have the same effect as the regulations interpret the particularities of the supplies covered by the exemption as prescribed in the said Act.

The determination of the VAT treatment of gaming transactions may be quite complex and if such transactions are not correctly analysed may eventually represent offences in terms of the Malta VAT legislation and European VAT legislation.

Event Agenda

  • Nature of gaming transactions – Electronically Supplied Services or not?
  • Place of Supply
  • Exemptions
  • Input VAT Recovery / Partial Attribution
  • MOSS
  • VAT Optimization Solutions – VAT Grouping

13:15

Registration

15:30

End Time

Speakers

Mr Brandon Gatt

Mr Brandon Gatt

Mr Matthew Zampa

Mr Matthew Zampa

Pricing & Registration

€15 - €50

Participation Fee

Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)

  • MIA Members: €28.00
  • Non-MIA Members: €50.00
  • Retired Members: €15.00
  • Students: €20.00

Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)

  • MIA Members: €28.00
  • Non-MIA Members: €50.00
  • Retired Members: €15.00
  • Students: €20.00

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