Withholding taxes are imposed at source of income and are often applied to dividends, interest, royalties, rent and similar payments. The rates of withholding tax are often reduced by double taxation agreements.
Withholding tax rates applied on payments of interest and dividends in Andorra are shown in Table 1.
|Natural Persons (residents)||0.0 %||0.0 %|
|Natural Persons (non-residents)||10.0 %||10.0 %|
There are 3 ways for jusrisdictions to exchange information on tax matters:
Spontaneous exchange of information is provision of information that is forseeably relevant to another party without a request being previously sent.
Tax Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs) enable exchange of information on request relating to a specific tax investigation, either criminal or civil.
Automatic information exchange allows jurisdictions to exchange information automatically, without having a specific tax investigation.
Andorra signed TIEAs which already came info force with the following jurisdictions :
There are also several agreements between Andorra and other jurisdictions which was signed but haven't yet come into force:
Andorra signed the automatic information exchange agreement on 02 November 2016 and committed to start the automatic information exchange in September 2018.
Andorra has signed bilateral agreements with 29 jurisdictions to automatically receive information:
Andorra has signed bilateral agreements with 29 jurisdictions to automatically send information:
Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) which became law in the United States in March 2010, focuses on reporting made by foreign financial institutions about financial accounts held by US taxpayers or foreign entities in which US taxpayers hold a substantial ownership interest. The FATCA-reporting is facilitated by Intergovernmental Agreements (IGAs).
Although there is no IGA between Andorra and the United States, banking and financial entities operating in Andorra have reached the agreement with the IRS to participate in FATCA on an individual basis.