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Results: 4 Answers
Corporate Tax
4.
Cross-border treatment
4.1
On what basis are non-resident corporate entities subject to tax in your jurisdiction?
 
Gibraltar
A non-resident corporate entity will be subject to taxation in Gibraltar if it has assessable income which is accrued in and derived from Gibraltar. Unilateral relief may apply.

For more information about this answer please contact: Emma Lejeune from ISOLAS
4.2
What withholding or excise taxes apply to payments by corporate taxpayers to non-residents?
 
Gibraltar
There is no withholding tax on interest, dividends or royalty payments.

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4.3
Do double or multilateral tax treaties override domestic tax treatments?
 
Gibraltar
Gibraltar has not entered into any double tax treaties. However, it has entered into tax exchange of information agreements with more than 25 jurisdictions.

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4.4
In the absence of treaties, is there unilateral relief or credits for foreign taxes?
 
Gibraltar
Yes, Gibraltar legislation does provide for unilateral relief for foreign taxes suffered on income that is subject to tax in Gibraltar.

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4.5
Do inbound corporate entities obtain a step-up in asset basis for tax purposes?
 
Gibraltar
No.

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4.6
Are there exit taxes (for disposed-of assets or companies changing residence)?
 
Gibraltar
No.

For more information about this answer please contact: Emma Lejeune from ISOLAS