List of Countries Uk Has a Double Taxation Agreement with

If you are an individual or company that conducts business in multiple countries, you may be subject to double taxation. This means you may have to pay taxes on the same income or capital gains in both your home country and the country where you conducted business. However, to avoid this situation, many countries have established Double Taxation Agreements (DTAs) with each other.

The United Kingdom (UK) has signed DTAs with over 130 countries, which means individuals and companies conducting business in these countries are subject to reduced tax rates or exemptions in certain situations. Here is a list of countries the UK has a DTA with:

1. Albania

2. Algeria

3. Andorra

4. Argentina

5. Armenia

6. Australia

7. Austria

8. Azerbaijan

9. Bahrain

10. Bangladesh

11. Barbados

12. Belarus

13. Belgium

14. Belize

15. Bermuda

16. Bosnia and Herzegovina

17. Botswana

18. Brazil

19. Brunei

20. Bulgaria

21. Burkina Faso

22. Cambodia

23. Cameroon

24. Canada

25. Cayman Islands

26. Chile

27. China

28. Colombia

29. Congo (Democratic Republic of)

30. Costa Rica

31. Croatia

32. Cuba

33. Cyprus

34. Czech Republic

35. Denmark

36. Dominican Republic

37. Ecuador

38. Egypt

39. El Salvador

40. Estonia

41. Ethiopia

42. Falkland Islands

43. Faroe Islands

44. Fiji

45. Finland

46. France

47. French Guiana

48. French Polynesia

49. Gabon

50. Gambia

51. Georgia

52. Germany

53. Ghana

54. Gibraltar

55. Greece

56. Greenland

57. Guatemala

58. Guernsey

59. Guinea

60. Guyana

61. Haiti

62. Honduras

63. Hong Kong

64. Hungary

65. Iceland

66. India

67. Indonesia

68. Iran

69. Iraq

70. Ireland

71. Isle of Man

72. Israel

73. Italy

74. Jamaica

75. Japan

76. Jersey

77. Jordan

78. Kazakhstan

79. Kenya

80. Korea (South)

81. Kosovo

82. Kuwait

83. Kyrgyzstan

84. Laos

85. Latvia

86. Lebanon

87. Lesotho

88. Liberia

89. Libya

90. Liechtenstein

91. Lithuania

92. Luxembourg

93. Macao

94. Macedonia

95. Madagascar

96. Malawi

97. Malaysia

98. Maldives

99. Mali

100. Malta

101. Mauritania

102. Mauritius

103. Mexico

104. Moldova

105. Monaco

106. Mongolia

107. Montenegro

108. Morocco

109. Mozambique

110. Myanmar

111. Namibia

112. Nepal

113. Netherlands

114. New Caledonia

115. New Zealand

116. Nicaragua

117. Niger

118. Nigeria

119. Norway

120. Oman

121. Pakistan

122. Panama

123. Papua New Guinea

124. Paraguay

125. Peru

126. Philippines

127. Poland

128. Portugal

129. Puerto Rico

130. Qatar

131. Romania

132. Russia

133. Rwanda

134. Saint Helena

135. Saint Kitts and Nevis

136. Saint Lucia

137. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

138. Samoa

139. San Marino

140. Sao Tome and Principe

141. Saudi Arabia

142. Senegal

143. Serbia

144. Seychelles

145. Sierra Leone

146. Singapore

147. Slovakia

148. Slovenia

149. Solomon Islands

150. South Africa

151. South Sudan

152. Spain

153. Sri Lanka

154. Sudan

155. Suriname

156. Swaziland

157. Sweden

158. Switzerland

159. Syria

160. Taiwan

161. Tajikistan

162. Tanzania

163. Thailand

164. Togo

165. Tonga

166. Trinidad and Tobago

167. Tunisia

168. Turkey

169. Turkmenistan

170. Turks and Caicos Islands

171. Uganda

172. Ukraine

173. United Arab Emirates

174. Uruguay

175. USA

176. Uzbekistan

177. Vanuatu

178. Vatican City

179. Venezuela

180. Vietnam

181. Yemen

182. Zambia

183. Zimbabwe

It is important to note that DTAs can vary by country and may have specific provisions related to taxes on income, dividends, royalties, pensions, and more. Therefore, it is always best to consult with a tax professional who can advise on specific DTA provisions and how they may impact your individual or business tax situation.

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