International Tax Treaties in the United States

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Double Taxation Treaties

Countries With Whom a Double Taxation Treaty Have Been Signed
As of May 2010, 60 countries have signed a double taxation treaty with the USA
Withholding Taxes
Dividends: 30%, Interest: 30%, Royalties: 30%

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Sources of Fiscal Information

Tax Authorities
IRS, Internal Revenue Service.
US department of Treasury
Other Domestic Resources
White House.gov (pages on taxes)
Country Guides
International Fiscal Information USA Branch
 
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