The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held hearings on proposed tax treaties and protocols with Canada, Iceland and Bulgaria.
In conjunction with the hearings, the Joint Committee on Taxation released reports on the various treaties, which mainly aim to reduce the possibility of double taxation of income earned by residents of either country. The agreements also focus on ways to prevent tax evasion and avoidance.
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