OECD Proposes Changes to Model Tax Convention: Treaty Residence of Pension FundsBy Robert Robillard - 1 March 2016
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The OECD explains:
“This discussion draft includes draft changes to Articles 3 and 4 of the OECD Model Tax Convention, and to the Commentary on these Articles, that will ensure that a pension fund is considered to be a resident of the State in which it is constituted for the purposes of tax treaties. These changes were discussed by Working Party 1 on Tax Conventions and Related Questions (which is the subgroup of the OECD Committee on Fiscal Affairs in charge of the Model Tax Convention) at its meeting of February 2016; it was then decided to release the changes for public comments.
Comments should be sent by 1 April 2016 at the latest by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org in Word format (in order to facilitate their distribution to government officials). They should be addressed to the Tax Treaties, Transfer Pricing and Financial Transactions Division, OECD/CTPA. The discussion draft and the comments received will be discussed at the May meeting of Working Party 1.”
The discussion draft is available here.
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