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Tax law. International fiscal agreements

A fiscal agreement (also known as a double taxation agreement) is a treaty signed between two member states which has two purposes:

• Avoiding double taxation of individuals and companies

• Avoiding fiscal fraud

An important point defined by these treaties is the determination of the fiscal residence, i.e. the place of taxation. This part makes it possible to avoid a citizen or a company of a state residing in another state being taxed separately in each of the two states (double taxation.)

To promote international economic and financial relations in the interests of Luxemburg, the Luxemburg government negotiates bilateral agreements aiming to avoid double taxation and prevent fiscal fraud.

To find out more about the current state of the agreements, whether signed or in the progress of being negotiated, see the following link: 

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