Dividend Tax Calculator

For each dividend you receive, what will be the amount you are entitled to after tax?

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The rates - currently in force - applied within the calculator are:

The rates - currently in force - applied within the calculator are::

  • United Kingdom: 0%
  • United States: 15% (after filling in the W-8BEN form; in the absence of this form, the withholding tax would be 30%)
  • France: 25%
  • Germany: 26,375%*
  • Italy: 26%
  • Switzerland: 35%
  • Canada: 25%
  • Ireland: 25%
  • Luxembourg: 15%
  • Netherlands: 15%
  • Belgium: 30%
  • Japan: 15,315%
  • Portugal: 35%
  • Spain: 19%
  • Turkey: 10%
  • Greece: 5%

For each of these rates, exceptions may apply.

* For Germany and Japan the surcharge is included

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