An overview of the provisions of the VAT Act relevant to transactions involving immovable property, and the practical issues arising.
This seminar will address the key VAT considerations relevant to transactions involving immovable property including the special place of supply provisions of the law, the applicability of the VAT exemption and the various exceptions thereto and the complexities of applying the Capital Goods Adjustment.
Who should attend?
Accountants, tax practitioners and advisors, real estate agents, property developers
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
David is a Certified Public Accountant. He joined PwC Malta in 1994 and was admitted as a partner in July 2009. David has extensive experience in corporate taxation as well as VAT and other indirect taxation matters on which he services a varied portfolio of clients. He has specialised in VAT matters since 1997 and has participated in a number of lectures, presentations and conferences on this subject. He has also assisted various clients in VAT tribunal cases. David currently lectures with the Malta Institute of Taxation and is a fellow member of the Malta Institute of Accountants where he is a member of the Taxation Committee. David is the partner primarily responsible for VAT related matters at PwC Malta.