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DTAA

Double taxationis the levying of tax by two or more jurisdictions on the same declared income (in the case ofincome taxes),asset(in the case of capital taxes), orfinancial transaction(in the case ofsales taxes). This double liability is often mitigated by tax treaties between countries.

The countries having various forms of agreements with India, on DTAA are as follows:

Comprehensive Agreements

Armenia

Japan

Russia

Australia

Kazakstan

Saudi Arabia

Austria

Kenya

Serbia

Bangladesh

Korea

Singapore

Belarus

Kuwait

Slovenia

Belgium

Kyrgyz Republic

South Africa

Botswana

Libya

Spain

Brazil

Lithuania

Sri Lanka

Bulgaria

Luxembourg

Sudan

Canada

Malaysia

Sweden

China

Malta

Swiss Confederation

Cyprus

Mauritius

Syrian Arab Republic

Czech Republic

Mongolia

Tajikistan

Denmark

Montenegro

Tanzania

Egypt

Morocco

Thailand

Estonia

Mozambique

Trinidad and Tobago

Finland

Myanmar

Turkey

France

Namibia

Turkmenistan

Georgia

Nepal

UAE

Germany

Netherlands

UAR (Egypt)

Greece

New Zealand

UGANDA

Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Norway

UK

Hungary

Oman

Ukraine

Iceland

Philippines

United Mexican States

Indonesia

Poland

USA

Ireland

Portuguese Republic

Uzbekistan

Israel

Qatar

Vietnam

Italy

Romania

Zambia

Limited Agreements

Afghanistan

Lebanon

People's Democratic Republic of Yemen

Ethiopia

Maldives

SAARC Countries

Iran

Pakistan

 
   

Limited Multi-Lateral Agreements

Bangladesh

Nepal

SAARC Countries

Bhutan

OECD Member Countries

Sri Lanka

Maldives

Pakistan

 

Other Agreements

African National Congress Mission

Income-tax (Double Taxation Relief) (Aden) Rules, 1953

Income-tax (Double Taxation Relief) (Dominions) Rules, 1956

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