The Global Withholding Tax Reporter
Discover your one-stop information source for withholding tax rates and rules around the globe
What is the Global Withholding Tax Reporter?
The Global Withholding Tax Reporter (GWTR) is your single-source tool on withholding tax rates and rules portfolio income in 100 markets of investment from 207 markets of investor. Detailed tax technical information is provided regarding:
- Income: Portfolio dividends, interest, capital gains, mutual fund distributions, REITs, stamp duties and VAT
- Procedures: relief-at-source, reclaims, statute of limitations, penalties and interest, tax forms and filing instructions
- Treaty eligibility for 11 beneficial owners (CIVs, partnerships, pensions, individuals, etc.)
- Alternative investment strategies (add-on): futures, forwards, swaps, repos, short sales and ABS
What sets the Global Withholding Tax Reporter apart?
- Monthly updates
- Detailed investor type analyses as it relates to treaty eligibility
- Answers to questions within the scope of the GWTR at no extra charge
- Tailored subscription plans to meet specific needs
- A fully dedicated and experienced group of global tax professionals
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