A credit for foreign taxes paid by a Slovak tax on foreign income taxable in Slovakia is possible in cases where the DTT concluded between the Slovak Republic and the foreigner does so. The foreign tax credit can be applied up to the amount of tax payable on this income in the Slovak Republic. If the DTT requires the exemption method to avoid double taxation, this method must be used. The taxable person may also opt, on the basis of Slovak legislation, for the use of the exemption method for work income from foreign sources, if that method is more advantageous for the taxable person. If Slovakia has not concluded A TDR with another country, income from work taxed abroad from foreign sources may be exempt from tax in Slovakia. Bulgaria Tax agreements and international conventions The double taxation convention with Czechoslovakia entered into force on 20 December 1991. It still applies to the Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic. The consolidated text of the multilateral instrument and the 1990 double taxation convention between Czechoslovakia and the United Kingdom, as is the case for the Slovak Republic, has been added. Special rules for frontier workers are contained in the following double taxation conventions: the 1990 Convention between Czechoslovakia and the United Kingdom, as it applies to the Slovak Republic, has been amended by the Multilateral Instrument (MLI).
HungaryList of Hungarian tax treaties in English Rights database – including all contractsLegal declarations in Hungary CyprusList of Cypriot tax treaties (EN) List of Cypriot tax treaties (EL) FinlandDeclaration of international agreements (legislative and other judicial information on Finland, including tax treaties) SloveniaList of Slovenian tax treaties Tax treaties (SL) The Agreement applies in the Republic of Belgium from 1 January 1992 and in the United Kingdom: tax treaties and related documents between the United Kingdom and the Slovak Republic. . EstoniaSin addition to the Estonian Taxpayers` Association with a list of Estonian tax treaties AustriaA access to various bilateral agreements, including tax treaties www.gov.uk/government/publications/czech-republic-tax-treaties The provisions of the MFI are adopted on 1st Entry into force in the United Kingdom on 1 October 2018 and apply from:. . . .