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This page contains information on Germany’s double taxation agreements as well as additional country-specific publications on the subject. The original texts are available on our German website.
Germany’s tax legislation seeks to avoid both double taxation and double non-taxation of persons and businesses. Everyone is responsible for paying their fair share of taxes, whether they live in a city or run a corporation.
Agreements on double taxation distribute taxation rights among countries. However, they do not generate new sales claims. In order to avoid double taxation, they grant the taxation right to only one of the countries concerned while conflicting revenue claims occur.
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A number of international countries have tax arrangements with the United States. Residents of foreign countries (not necessarily citizens) are taxed at a lower rate or are excluded from U.S. taxes on those items of income they earn from sources within the United States under these treaties. Reduced rates and exemptions differ by country and individual income products. Residents and citizens of the United States are taxed at a lower rate or are excluded from international taxation on certain items of income received from sources within foreign countries under these same treaties. Most income tax treaties have a “saving clause,” which prohibits a person or resident of the United States from using the treaty’s provisions to avoid paying taxes on income earned in the United States.
If the treaty does not cover a specific type of income, or if your country and the United States do not have a treaty, you must tax the income in the same manner and at the same rates as the instructions for the applicable U.S. tax return.
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Tax credits are available for income tax paid to countries in which Brazil has signed tax treaties or countries that would offer reciprocal treatment in relation to income tax paid to the Brazilian government, as long as certain conditions are met.
The reciprocity of tax care, which enables the offsetting of tax paid in those countries against tax due in Brazil on the same earnings, has already been officially accepted by the Brazilian authorities in the cases of the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
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With the adoption of FATCA (and Brazil’s signing of the FATCA Agreement), the US government is taking a greater interest in ensuring that individuals and companies doing business with Brazil comply with monitoring and disclosure requirements.
There is no income tax deal between the United States and Brazil. The main aim of a tax treaty is to ensure that money received by US citizens, Brazilian citizens, ex-pats, and residents of each other’s countries is properly taxed. The tax deferred status of various retirement plans, contributions, and other tax deferred statuses afforded to taxpayers in a tax treaty jurisdiction may be impacted if there is no tax treaty in place.
That ensures that if you are a U.S. expat and make money outside of the United States (whether or not you are a U.S. resident), you must file a U.S. tax return, record the income, and normally pay tax on it (unless the Foreign Tax Credit or Foreign Earned Income Exclusion apply).
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) is the acronym for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. It is a global law that was created by the United States to tackle international tax avoidance and offshore tax evasion. FATCA has been agreed to by more than 110 countries, and tens of thousands of international financial institutions have agreed to report US account holders to the US. Click here for more detail on FATCA.