This guide to Double taxation Agreements and the withholding tax benefits, is intended to provide essential information of Double Taxation Agreements within the context of dividend withholding tax recovery.
It has become a necessity for any foreign investor to understand the intricacies of international double taxation agreements. This is because as an investor, you will not be able to take full advantage of the benefits and rebates offered through these double tax treaty agreements if you don’t have a firm grasp of these laws. Furthermore, the benefits through double taxation agreement claims can often add considerable value to fund performance. Above all, in times of recession and unpredictable returns, having your withholding tax refunds under control can become a guaranteed safety net.
Furthermore, the benefits through double taxation agreement claims can often add considerable value to fund performance. Above all, in times of recession and unpredictable returns, having your withholding tax refunds under control can become a guaranteed safety net.
A Double Tax Agreement is an agreement between two governments’ tax administrations to enable the administrations to eliminate double taxation that can occur on income streams in cross-border situations… [download guide to learn more]
This section of the guide delves into why Double Taxation Agreements were created from a trade perspective and why it’s important to keep track of international changes.
Withholding tax refund potential exists in the form of the differential between the investment country’s tax rate and the tax rate agreed upon between two countries in their double tax agreement… [Download the full guide to learn more]
This guide discusses the different industries and investors that are exposed to withholding tax and how to seek these refunds.
We discuss the various factors that need to be considered to establish whether an investor is entitled to Double taxation treaty benefits.
Withholding tax refunds can be claimed through many different mechanisms but are investors taking advantage of these mechanisms? The guide discusses why many face unclaimed refunds and what you as an investor can do to rectify that.
elief at Source is explained in this guide as an alternative method of seeking relief from withholding tax before a retrospective double taxation Treaty claim is needed.
Country-specific double taxation guides that will allow you to reference all international treaty agreements easily.