9.6.1 Introduction

The UK has a number of bilateral double taxation agreements or treaties with other countries. The objective of such an agreement is primarily to prevent an individual paying tax twice on the same income or transaction. Some of the agreements include provisions, usually in the pensions article, that provide relief from UK tax on contributions made to a pension scheme that is tax-recognised in the other country by, or in respect of, a member who comes to work here.

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