The U.S. has completed “substantive negotiations” with Croatia over a new tax treaty, a Treasury official said Wednesday.
The negotiations concluded in March, and the text adheres to the 2016 U.S. model tax treaty, said Kevin Nichols, International Tax Counsel at the Treasury Department.
- The treaty is currently being reviewed by the State Department and will be ready for signature after a translation is certified, he said, speaking at an event hosted by DC Bar.
- The treaty will need to be approved by two-thirds of the Senate.
- Bilateral tax treaties help companies avoid being taxed twice on the same income, ...