Bulgaria Bulgarian tax agreements and international conventions FinlandEeran treaties Database (legislative and judicial information on Finland, including tax treaties) The specific rules of border workers can be found in the following double taxation agreements: Estoniappage of Estonian Taxpayers Association, including a list of Estonian tax treaties The source country is the country that hosts future investments. The country of origin is sometimes referred to as an capital-importing country. The investor`s country of residence is the investor`s country of residence. The country of residence is sometimes referred to as an exporting capital country. To avoid double taxation, tax treaties can follow one of two models: the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) model and the UN Model Convention. SloveniaListe of Slovenian Tax Conventions (EN) General information on tax treaties (SL) Note that the exemption/reduction in Iceland, in accordance with the current agreements, can only be obtained by asking the Director of Internal Revenues to apply for an exemption or a tax reduction on Form 5.42. Until there is an exemption allowed with the number one registered, you have to pay taxes in Iceland. Many U.S. states tax the income of their people.
Some states comply with the provisions of U.S. tax treaties and some states do not comply. Therefore, you should consult with the tax authorities of the state in which you live to find out whether that state taxes personal income and, if so, whether the tax applies to one of your income or whether your income tax agreement applies in the state where you live. The United States has tax agreements with a number of countries. Under these contracts, residents (not necessarily citizens) are taxed at a reduced rate from abroad or are exempt from U.S. tax on certain income items they receive from sources within the United States. These reduced rates and exemptions vary by country and for certain income items. Under the same treaties, U.S. residents or citizens are taxed at a reduced rate on certain income from foreign sources or are exempt from foreign taxes.