The session will provide an overview for the preparation of the relevant TRAs within the Income Tax Return for Capital Allowances, Capital Gains/losses and Trading losses.

Wednesday, 28 August 2024
14.00 - 16.00
Janica Aquilina

TRA Series 3: Allowances, capital gains and losses

This session will provide insight mainly for tax practitioners to prepare the relevant Tax Return Attachments (TRAs).
The session will focus on TRA 5 which relates to the claiming of Capital Allowances by Maltese entities. TRAs 16/17 to report a Capital Gain/Loss made and TRAs 19/20 which relates to Maltese entities claiming/surrendering of Trading losses between group entities.


*These series are not eligible for the Membership Offer.



The TRA Series is comprised of 4 workshops, each of which will focus on the completion of select Tax Return Attachments

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2 CPE Core Hours

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Janica Aquilina

Janica Aquilina is an Assistant Manager within EY Malta’s Business Tax Compliance department. Janica is a CPA by profession and joined EY Malta on a full time basis in 2015 after graduating with a Master in Accountancy from the University of Malta. The client base which Janica has worked on is usually local and international companies in a number of diverse industries such as the manufacturing industry, the banking industry and the hospitality industry. In 2018 Janica has successfully obtained a distinction in the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation at the Chartered Institute of Taxation.

Janica is also a part-time lecturer for the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation, and she has also delivered a number of training programmes and seminars.