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Estate Planning for EU Officials

Estate Planning for EU Officials

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EU officials are deemed have kept their tax domicile in the country where they were recruited That makes estate planning a bit more complex.

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The tax status of an EU official is governed by the articles 12 and 13 of the Protocol (No 7) on the Privileges and Immunities of the European Union.

Article 13 determines where EU officials have their tax residence. The deemed tax residence is specific for the European Union and it is often misunderstood.

When the first EU officials moved to work for the institutions, they realised that they had to give up their tax residence. They would become resident in the country where they lived. One of the basic principles of international tax law is that you are a resident in the country where you live and have the centre of your vital interests (we used to say that you had your residence where you have your dog, your slippers and your newspaper. In that country you are liable to income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax on your worldwide assets.

To cause the least disruption for EU officials, article 13 introduces the principle of the deemed tax residence for income tax, for inheritance tax and for the wealth tax.

In this TEP-talk, we will explain what this means for EU officials.

This is an interactive event, where you can ask your questions. If you have any questions or suggestions that may be useful to address during the presentation, please feel free to do so by clicking on [contact] below.

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