Finland's Ministry of Finance has announced that it will give notice of termination on the 1970 income and capital tax treaty with Portugal. A new treaty was signed in 2016 but is not yet in force.
On Thursday 14 June, Finland will give notice of termination on its tax treaty with Portugal concerning the avoidance of double taxation. The decision to terminate the treaty and approve the bill on the termination was made by the President of the Republic on Wednesday 13 June.
The treaty is not consistent with Finland’s current tax treaty policy as it, for example, restricts Finland’s right to tax private pensions received in Portugal from Finland.
What happens next?
The termination decision ensures that Finland will be able to tax the private pensions of Finns resident in Portugal, with the matter now proceeding in one of the following two ways:
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