Including: PwC's Worldwide Tax Summaries
Provides quick access to information about the corporate and individual tax systems in over 150 countries.
The summaries are regularly updated to reflect any significant developments, and contain information about topics such as tax credits and incentives, income determination, and tax rates.
PwC's Worldwide Tax Summaries are now linked to Worldwide Tax Treaties, Tax Analysts' online tool which provides a comprehensive database of bilateral and multilateral tax treaties and daily news coverage of tax treaty developments from around the globe.
Worldwide local experts for daily news and commentary
Tax Analysts' 250+ correspondents are based in more than 180 countries. All are local experts and the first to deliver updates and insight on statutes, regulations, new rulings and court decisions from around the world. Our commentators include private practitioners, government officials, academics and tax and economic experts.
Comprehensive online archive
Tax Analysts' searchable archive contains all our news, analysis and commentary from international tax experts back to 1992. Including the complete US legislative history, case law, annotations to the US tax treaties and guidance from a variety of sources. And you can choose to view documents in their original language.
Complete, in-depth and accurate international tax database
The Tax Analysts' database contains more than 10,000 treaties, amending protocols, and similar documents for you to read and compare.
- Directly compare dividends, interest, and royalties withholding tax rates for one or more in-force income tax treaties for every available jurisdiction.
- Read detailed treaty summaries with links to original documents and related news and analysis.
- Compare two or three tax treaties of any status (pending, in force, or terminated), including income tax treaties, estate and gift tax treaties, transportation treaties, administrative assistance treaties, and model tax treaties.
- View documents and in-force, pending, terminated, and unperfected treaties separately, in original language.