The provisions largely reflect the standard terms of the current OECD model and individuals and businesses in the United Arab Emirates do not appear to be at a disadvantage because of their de facto tax-exempt status in the United Arab Emirates. The fact that, in practice, the Uae does not impose direct taxation on individuals and most businesses is not an objective obstacle to the use of the benefits of the agreement. The United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) was one of two countries with significant international economies that did not have a double taxation agreement with the United Kingdom. The United Arab Emirates established its network of double taxation agreements and signed a double taxation agreement with the United Kingdom on 12 April 2016. Under a double taxation agreement between the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates, which came into force on 25 December 2016, a recovery in the UAE economy is highly anticipated. The agreement appears to effectively support cross-border investment by the United Arab Emirates – UAE – and, in general, contribute to the creation of a stronger framework for the development of trade relations between the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. The UAE-UK tax treaty regulates the prevention of double taxation for the income of UAE individuals and businesses operating in the UNITED Kingdom and vice versa. The Double Taxation Convention between the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom will ensure that individuals are not taxed for the same income in both countries and on the investments they make by both governments. As with other UAE double taxation agreements, the UAE-UK tax contract also contains a provision to reduce or eliminate taxes on interest and dividends. In addition, the tax contract between the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom regulates how capital gains are taxed. On 12 April 2016, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates signed a double taxation agreement. It came into force on December 25, 2016 and came into effect on January 1, 2017.

As far as the personal tax is concerned, this will come into force in the UK from 6 April 2017. It should be noted that, as with most double taxation agreements, the double taxation agreement between the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom also contains provisions that prevent tax evasion. After the ratification of the agreement by the two countries that reacted, it came into force on 25 December 2016 and we are discussing here the main points and main provisions of the treaty. The latest publications on this subject were published on 18 January 2017 on the British government website. This contract will have a significant impact on the taxation of workers moving between the UK and the United Arab Emirates, and employers and their employees should take active steps to ensure that this measure comes into force on 6 April 2017. The main areas of impact are: the signing of a double taxation agreement between the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates in April 2016 was undoubtedly eagerly awaited and marks a new step in the success of the expansion of the UAE international tax treaty. The first comprehensive double taxation agreement (DTC) between the United Kingdom (UK) and the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) was signed in Dubai on 12 April 2016. For double seats, the article follows the OECD standard tie-break test. When a person is established in both countries under domestic law, the country of residence is designated for contractual purposes by examining where the person has a permanent home and whether, in the two states where the centre of interest of life is located, the person has a permanent home before examining his or her usual residence and, finally, the nationality of the individual. If none of these factors determine residence, it is up to the tax authorities to agree among themselves.