Foreign tax relief
An individual treated as a resident of another country for tax purposes may qualify for a measure of relief or exemption from Irish tax under a double tax treaty (DTT) between Ireland and the other country.
The countries with which Ireland currently has DTTs include the following:
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Japan||Serbia|
|Bulgaria||Korea, Republic of||Slovak Republic|
|Estonia||Moldova||United Arab Emirates|
- Treaty signed, but not yet in effect.
Negotiations have concluded for new DTAs with: