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Court Can't Use American Dictionary to Interpret French Tax

from Bloomberg BNA

From Aug. 10: The U.S. Tax Court must refer to the language of a U.S.-French agreement instead of a dictionary to determine whether U.S. taxpayers can claim a credit against a French tax. A federal appeals court Aug. 5 sent a case back to the Tax Court with instructions for it to look at the full text of the totalization agreement between the U.S. and France and their governments' shared expectations to determine whether two French taxes were "social security" taxes for which U.S. taxpayers couldn't claim a credit. more


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