Curious if anyone has experience with Malta non-domiciled companies?
Apparently the corporate tax rules are similar to the personal tax rules. If the company is incorporated outside of Malta it is considered “non-domiciled.” If you manage it in Malta only corporate income that you remit to Malta is taxable.
And if you do not have a fixed place of business in Malta, the registration requirements are light, i.e. just with the tax authorities.
Looks like it might be a somewhat cheaper alternative to going with a standard Maltese company formation. From what I understand the annual costs are mid to high (relatively for tax efficient jurisdictions) and you need two companies to take full advantage of the Maltese tax refund system.