Juridical double taxation

Juridical double taxation,

Definition of Juridical double taxation:

  1. A form of double taxation that occurs when a taxpaying entity is taxed on the same income by both its country of residence and the country in which it is earned. Tax conventions have been introduced by many countries that serve to reduce the incidence of double taxation or offset its impact with the use of credits and exemptions.

Meaning of Juridical double taxation & Juridical double taxation Definition