Tajikistan Finland Double Tax TreatyOctober 2013
The double tax treaty of 2012 between the two countries entered into force on September 5, 2013 applying from January 1, 2014.
According to the tax treaty the tax withholding rate for payments of dividends is 5%/15% depending on the percent of shareholding by the recipient.
The tax withholding rate for interest is 0%/10% and 5% for payment of royalties.
In general double tax treaties between two countries are boosting mutual investments between the countries offering reduced tax withholding rates from payments of dividends, interest and royalties.
The tax treaty often includes an exchange of tax information clause and definition of a permanent establishment for activities carried in the other country.
It also clarifies certain cross border tax issues.
E.g the treaty would define in what country tax is to be paid when a service supplier/consultant from country A provides services in country B.
In some treaties there is a tax credit under certain terms. e.g. an exemption to a consultant from country A of X dollars per each day of staying in country B in order to supply the taxable services.
Tajikistan Switzerland New DTAJune 2010
Tajikistan and Switerland signed on June 23, 2010 a new double tax agreement.
The agreement will contribute to the development of bilateral economic relations between the two countries.
The DTA includes, inter-alia, an extended administrative assistance clause in accordance with the OECD standard and tax withholding rates for payments of dividend, interest and royalties.
The double tax agreement has to be ratified by both coutries.
The date for entry into force is from 1 January of the calendar year following the date of ratification.
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