This page provides a clue for Ukraine`s double taxation agreements with different countries. A Double Taxation Convention (DBA) is a bilateral agreement that clarifies each country`s tax duties for all forms of income streams between two countries. The DBA also eliminates cases of double taxation that may result from cross-border trade and investment activities. As a general rule, the DBA provides for the reduction or exemption of withholding tax for certain types of cross-border income, such as interest and royalties. The Double Taxation Convention came into force on August 11, 1993. . Agreement between the Government of Ukraine and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on the prevention of double taxation and the prevention of tax evasion with respect to income and value-added taxes. . . . U.S.-Ukraine DTA in Ukrainian .
. . Taxpayers can credit foreign taxes paid abroad to their Ukrainian PIT debts if they are provided by a DTT between Ukraine and the relevant foreign state. Official confirmation, issued by the relevant foreign tax administration and stamped apostille, is required to apply for a foreign tax credit in Ukraine. The treaties of the USSR aimed at avoiding double taxation (which are also mandatory for Ukraine): . . . . Tax treaties and related documents between the UK and Ukraine . .
The protocol to the 1993 convention was signed on October 9, 2017. It came into force on December 5, 2019. . The information relating to the Ukraine-UK 2017 protocol relating to the 1993 Double Taxation Convention has been updated . . . . Agreement between the Government of Ukraine and the Swedish government on the prevention of double taxation with regard to income tax and the prevention of tax evasion. . .
. Treaty between CEMA member states to avoid double taxation on the taxation of income and corporate estates. . The 2017 protocol on the Double Taxation Convention between Britain and Ukraine has been added. . . . United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. . The amount of the foreign tax credit is limited to the amount of Ukrainian tax that would result from the same income in Ukraine (i.e.
18%). Credits against military tax are not allowed. . . . This file may not be suitable for auxiliary technology users. . . . . .