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Liberia: Double Tax Treaties

Introduction

Liberia has an income tax treaty (double taxation agreement) with Germany. A treaty to avoid double taxation on shipping and aircraft income is in force with New Zealand. In 1982 Liberia and the United States also signed a treaty exempting shipping and aircraft earnings from double taxation. This exemption applies to the operation of ships and aircraft registered in the signatory countries.

Latest Liberia Treaty Updates

Treaty Update: Liberia - Poland
19 August, 2013
According to preliminary media reports, Liberia and Poland signed a TIEA on August 7, 2013.
Treaty Update: Netherlands - Liberia
12 June, 2012
According to preliminary media reports, the TIEA signed between Liberia and the Netherlands in May 2010 entered into force on June 1, 2012.
Treaty Update: Denmark - Liberia
07 June, 2012
According to preliminary media reports, the TIEA signed between Denmark and Liberia entered into force on May 18, 2012.
Treaty Update: United Kingdom - Liberia
30 April, 2012
The UK tax authority HM Revenue and Customs has announced that the TIEA signed between the UK and Liberia on November 1, 2010, entered into force on March 30, 2012.
Treaty Update: Liberia - India
07 October, 2011
According to preliminary media reports, a TIEA between Liberia and India was signed on October 3, 2011.
Treaty Update: Liberia - Australia
17 August, 2011
The Liberian Finance Ministry has announced that it signed its 13th TIEA, with Australia, on August 11, 2011.
Treaty Update: United Kingdom - Liberia
30 June, 2011
The UK government began its legislative process for its TIEA with Liberia on June 28, 2011. The TIEA broadly follows the OECD model convention, and provides for the exchange of tax information upon request. The TIEA will enter into force on date the later the later of the two countries to complete its legislative procedures has done so.
Treaty Update: Ghana - Liberia
01 June, 2011
The TIEA covers all taxes in both territories. The TIEA provides for the exchange of information relevant to the administration and enforcement of domestic tax laws, and information which is relevant to the determination, assessment and collection of taxes, the recovery and enforcement of tax claims, and the investigation/prosecution of tax matters. The TIEA also provides for the exchange of information held by banks, and other financial institutions, and information regarding the ownership of companies, partnerships, trusts and foundations.
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