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New Double Taxation Agreement in process in Estonia

18 October 2016
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The Estonian Government approved in the end of September 2016 proposal on signing the Convention between the Government of the Republic of Estonia and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic of for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion.

The agreement between Estonia and Kyrgyzstan follows the standard contract formulated for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). As of September 1, 2016, Estonia has a valid agreement for the avoidance of double taxation with 56 states.

 

Agreement is planned to be signed 27.06.2017.


Double taxation agreements are designed to encourage investments between the contracting states. The agreement will give investors greater legal certainty. The agreement limits the income taxes which the source country may impose to another country residents. This ensures equal treatment of persons, and eliminates the possibility of double taxation. The information obligation in the agreement provides opportunities to avoid tax fraud.

double tax in Estonia, double taxation agreement in Estonia, double taxation in Baltic, double taxation in Latvia, double taxation in LithuaniaPlease see below list of countries Estonia has signed double taxation agreements:

  1. Albania;
  2. Armenia;
  3. Azerbaijan;
  4. Austria;
  5. Bahrein;
  6. Belarus;
  7. Belgium;
  8. Bulgaria;
  9. Canada;
  10. Chezh Republic;
  11. China;
  12. Croatia;
  13. Cyprus;
  14. Denmark;
  15. Finland;
  16. France;
  17. Georgia;
  18. Germany;
  19. Greece;
  20. Hungary;
  21. Iceland;
  22. India;
  23. Isle of Man;
  24. Israel;
  25. Ireland;
  26. Italy
  27. Jersey;
  28. Kazakhstan;
  29. Latvia;
  30. Lithuania;
  31. Luxembourg;
  32. Macedonia;
  33. Malta;
  34. Mexico;
  35. Moldova;
  36. Netherlands;
  37. Norway;
  38. Poland;
  39. Portugal;
  40. Romania;
  41. Serbia;
  42. Singapore;
  43. Slovakia;
  44. Slovenia;
  45. South-Korea;
  46. Spain;
  47. Sweden;
  48. Switzerland;
  49. Thailand;
  50. Turkey;
  51. Turkmenistan;
  52. Ukraine;
  53. United Arab Emirates;
  54. United Kingdom;
  55. United States of America;
  56. Uzbekistan

double tax in Estonia, double taxation agreement in Estonia, double taxation in Baltic, double taxation in Latvia, double taxation in LithuaniaIn preparation:

  1. Bosnia and Herzegovina;
  2. Kyrgyztan;
  3. Morocco;
  4. Oman;
  5. Russia;
  6. South-Africa;
  7. Tajikistan;
  8. Vietnam.

Should you have any questions about new double taxation agreement process in Estonia, please do not hesitate to contact our English speaking lawyers info@gencs.eu.

 

T: +371 67 24 00 90

F: +371 67 24 00 91

 

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For questions, please, contact Valters Gencs, attorney at law at info@gencs.eu


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