The Malta Institute of Taxation is pleased to launch the first


The MIT VAT Practitioners’ Forum will bring together professionals who work in the field of VAT to discuss select topical VAT issues from a technical and practical perspective. The event will feature two panel discussions and an opportunity for Q&A.

Join us for a morning on 22 March 2023 – participate in the discussion and network with industry peers.

Members of the MIT Indirect Tax Committee, together with guest panelists, including from the Office of the Commissioner for Revenue, will be leading the discussion on these topical VAT issues:

Panel Discussion 1: A Spotlight on…The VAT in The Digital Age Package

The VIDA package of proposals published at the end of 2022 is proposing changes to VAT legislation addressing three pillars: Digital Reporting Requirements, Platforms (selling Short-term Accommodation rental and Passenger Transport services) and Single VAT Registration. The panellists will discuss select aspects of the proposals and their the possible implications. This session will open the discussion, amongst VAT practitioners, to the proposals which are currently being discussed at EU level and allow a sharing of ideas and perspectives.

Panel Discussion 2: Reflecting on Pitfalls & Obstacles

During this session the panellists will discuss some common uncertainties and practical difficulties encountered. This session is intended to encourage the sharing of experiences in practical VAT matters and to identify issues and uncertainties which are encountered in practice.