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How can you confirm if the pension you are receiving from a dutch company is,by the tax treaty,not taxable.Who can you ask?

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Not taxable by whom?

The way the tax treaties normally go, a government pension is usually taxable by the country of the government in which it is administered. But the US doesn't generally give you any kind of a break on "foreign" pensions. Normally for the US you have to declare the pension (private or public) and then use foreign tax credits against any US tax liability.

Take a look at IRS publications 575 and 939.
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Bev
 
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