Published 18th February 2019
The UK has entered into a Tax Treaty with over 130 countries. The Tax Treaty between the UK and another country gives us guidance as to which country has first taxing rights, and what relief you may get in your own country for tax paid in the UK. Most tax treaties follow the OECD model, but often with small amendments.
The treaties always start by saying to whom they apply. They all apply to individuals but often not to trusts. We shall consider individuals only:
Please note, Landlords Tax Services Ltd does not offer advice relating to taxation in jurisdictions other than the UK, nor do we deal with tax compliance in jurisdictions other than the UK. If you have any concerns about the subjects covered by this article you should contact your accountant in your own country.
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