Tax Deduction on fees for ICE Malta’s Creative Courses 2012

The ICE Malta team would like to remind all parents of children and teens under the age of 16, who attended creative courses at ICE Malta during 2012 (including yet not limited to game development, graphic design, video editing, robotics, photography, AutoCAD, photoshop, website design, 3D Studio Max) that they are entitled to claim a deduction against their chargeable income of up to maximum of 100euro deduction  each child. To claim this deduction parents must complete the registration form and send it by email to [email protected] by not later than Saturday 30 March 2013.

The form can be downloaded here – MCCA Form Registration 2012 or the Inland Revenue’s website ICE Malta’s SLC Number SLC11951 must be included in the application. 

‘During 2013/2014 scholastic year we are committed to ensuring that our students and their families are made aware of the wide array of tax and cash benefits from established partners such as Malta Enterprise, ETC, Malta Council for Culture, amongst others. Apart from gaining world wide recognized certifications, individuals also have the opportunity to receive hefty tax or cash backs thanks to various schemes. We will continue to encourage students to invest the money they save on further ICT education and we look forward to welcoming them once again to ICE Malta’ Nikolai Sammut, principal of ICE Malta explained

 Further information regarding the eligibility for this deduction scheme is available on, or by calling the Inland Revenue Department’s Call Centre on 2296 2296/freephone 8007 2297 or email [email protected]

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