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Malta's Revenue To Require New Online Tax Services Checks

by Jason Gorringe, Lowtax.net, London
11 July, 2017

Malta's Inland Revenue has released a guide on how tax practitioners, employers, and data providers will need to authenticate themselves when using the Government's online tax services.

From July 2017, new digital certificates will no longer be issued to taxpayers when accessing the Inland Revenue's online services. Current active digital certificates will cease to be supported after August 2017.

Instead, tax practitioners, employers, and data providers will have to use a new method of providing 2-factor authentication: either they will need to use a new smartphone application or else use a digital certificate stored on their e-ID Cards.

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