Andorra and Portugal sign double tax treaty

Posted September 28, 2015 / No comments

Andorra and Portugal have signed a double tax treaty to avoid double taxation for the same income between both countries. Another important step towards the opening of the Andorra economy and more advantages for companies and individuals doing business or perceiving income between the two countries.

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The 5 lowest VAT rates in Europe

Posted September 16, 2015 / No comments

There is no agreement between the European Union countries that guarantees a harmonization of the Value Added Tax rates existing within the Community. As a consequence, each country can freely choose to have one or several VAT rates on some goods or services. It leads to a great difference between the rates charged in each

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10 Reasons to start a business in Andorra

Posted June 2, 2015 / No comments

The little country in the middle of the Pyrenees offers many advantages for foreign investors who are thinking to establish their business there. Here are 10 reasons that make it hard to resist: The maximum tax rate for businesses is 10% So you have an idea of what this means, the corporate tax for big

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Andorra as jurisdiction for IT freelancers and consultants

Posted May 24, 2015 / No comments

You work as an independent service provider in the IT sector? It could pay off to establish your company in Andorra. Andorra, with its many tax benefits, such as a 10% maximum corporate taxation and low income tax for residents in the Principality, is very attractive for companies that can develop their activities in Andorra

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Andorra and Spain sign double tax avoidance treaty

Posted January 9, 2015 / No comments

On January 8th the presidents of Andorra and Spain have signed the double tax avoidance agreement between both countries. The treaty will now have to be ratified by each country’s parlament before it may enter into effect. Andorra has high expectations from this new treaty as it will facilitate foreign direct investment of mostly Spanish

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