OnlineITA101 Fundamentals of Tax Treaties
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- ITA101 Fundamentals of Tax Treaties
Learning objectivesAfter completing this course you will be able to:
- List the three levels of international tax environment
- Differentiate between active and passive income, source and residence taxation and juridical and economic double taxation
- Determine the operation of double tax treaties by identifying and applying their main rules on allocation of taxing rights and thresholds for source taxation
- Note the key features of double tax relief under double tax treaties and model tax conventions
- Define and apply the exemption and the credit method for double tax relief
- Describe the main differences between the OECD and the UN Model Tax Conventions
- Identify the key stages of double tax treaty negotiations
- Delineate the scope of tax treaties
QAS Self study
Field of study
This course was last reviewed in May 2015
Pre-requisitesThis course covers, in detail, the fundamental concepts relating to tax treaties. It is highly recommended for participants with no/limited knowledge of tax treaties, or those with experience in domestic international taxation, who are looking to better understand the role of tax treaties. The course is further suitable for those who have previous experience with tax treaties, who wish to acquire a more thorough understanding. While knowledge/experience in international tax is not a pre-requisite for this course, participants will benefit from having a basic knowledge of the domestic tax law of at least one country, in particular as it relates to cross-border situations.While this course is suitable for practising professionals, it is also very useful as additional study material in preparing for the CIOT examination - Advanced Diploma in International Taxation (ADIT – Paper 1). Further information about this qualification can be found at the ADIT website.No advance preparation is needed for this course.
- Audio lessons: 3.5 hours
- Self study: 10.5 hours
- Further reading (optional): 9 hours
- Extra: 1 hour of video interview with UN and other international tax experts
Access to the course is granted for a period of 12 months, from the date of ordering.
Continuing Professional Education
The recommended CPE points for this course are as follows:
- NASBA (The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, US) - 13 points
- CIOT (The UK Chartered Institute of Taxation) – 15 points
- NBA (Nederlandse beroepsorganisatie van Accountants) – 15 points
The International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have the final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website.
In addition, International Online Tax Courses in many cases qualify for CPE credits pursuant to the rules of a number of professional associations other than those listed above. Participants are encouraged to check with their professional and/or national associations to determine eligibility in this respect.
Read more information on CPE points and accreditation for International Tax Courses.
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- The international tax environment
- Double tax relief
- How tax treaties operate
- Role and development of model treaties and commentaries
- The making of tax treaties
- Eligibility to treaty benefits
- Interpretation and dispute resolution