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I have a question for those of you who currently work or have worked freelance in Malta.
In comparison to other EU countries, from a financial and bureaucratic point of view, how difficult would you say it is to set up and work as a self-employed translator in Malta? I'm thinking specifically of the attitude the government/tax authorities have towards self-employment (whether it is relatively progressive or not), the tax/social security contributions in comparison to other EU countries and the general ease of operating in Malta as a freelancer.
Thanks for any help you can give me!
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