Argentina Millionaire's Tax
Argentina passed on December 5, 2020 a new law imposing tax on rich people to enable relief measures against the coronavirus pandemic.
The tax is expected to include around 12,000 millionaires having assets of more than 200 million pesos, about 2.5 million dollars.
The tax rate will be 3.5% on assets located in Argentina and 5.25% on assets outside the country.
Argentina Corporate Tax CutDecember 2017
According to a bill submitted to the Argentina's congress on November 15, 2017 the corporate income tax rate will be reduced from the current 35% rate to 30%, further down to 25% by the year 2020.
Argentina Mexico Tax TreatyAugust 2017
According to the DTA the tax withholding rates will be 10% 15% for payment of dividends, 12% for payment of interest and 10%/15% for payment of royalties.
Argentina Isle of Man Tax TreatyJune 2013
The tax information exchange agreement which was signed by the two countries in December 2012 entered into force on May 4, 2013.
The agreement was ratified by Argentina in January 2013 and by the Isle of Man in February 2013.
Argentina Russia DTA Entry into ForceNovember 2012
The double tax treaty, DTA, between Argentina and Russia regarding double taxation on income and capital entered into force on October 16, 2012 after being ratified before by both countries.
The DTA will generally effect taxes relating to income after January 1, 2013.
ArgentinaSan Marino TIEADecember 2009
Argentina and San Marino signed on December 7, 2009 a TIEA, Tax Information Exchange Agreement, between the two countries.
The new TIEA follows previous similar TIEAs signed by Argentina with Costa Rica ,Andorra, Monaco and the Bahamas.
Argentina Bahamas TIEADecember 2009
Argentina and the Bahamas signed on December 3, 2009 a TIEA, Tax Information Exchange Agreement, between the two countries.
The TIEA incorporates accepted international standards regarding exchange of tax information.
The new agreement follows recent TIEAs signed by Argentina with Costa Rica, Andorra and Monaco.
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