The 2000s saw dedicated online communities emerging and physical co-working spaces being introduced, creating the new phenomenon of digital nomadism. This possibility of conducting work from anywhere you want, thanks to global information technology, was even triggered in the past year when the global COVID-19 pandemic hit. 

With travelling restrictions, lockdowns and obligatory quarantine periods in place, the pandemic brought changes in the way individuals and businesses work. Many were those who started working as digital nomads to start offering their services from anywhere they desire. 

This is where our associated partner, Accounting Services, comes to the picture to assist such individuals to register with the tax authorities and register their employment status with Jobsplus. In addition to this, digital nomads can also receive other assistance which is vital to the job. These include bookkeeping to keep the financial affairs of the business up to date, Social Security Contributions and Personal Tax Returns.

Apart from assisting digital nomads, our team also assists self-employed individuals in the same way, irrespective of whether they work as such on a part-time or full-time basis.

Thanks to the experience gained in the past years, our team has come up with packages for self-employed drivers, real estate personnel, and technicians. Details about these packages can be found here. For further information or a personalised quotation, you can get in touch with Accounting Services’ Team Leader Mr Conrad Meli FCCA, MIA, CPA on cmeli@accountingservices.com.mt.