An Agreement has been signed between Ghana and theRepublic of Ireland in a move to increase trade with West Africa.
The agreement was signed by Irelands ambassador to the Republic of Ghana Sean Hoy and Ghana’s minister for Finance and economic planning Ken Ofori Atta.
The double taxation agreement implies that you only pay tax to one country if you are resident in the other. Also, source taxes are reduced or eliminated from passive income flows such as interest which arises in one country and is paid to a resident of the other or dividends from shares.
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