Although IEEE is exempt from the payment of "Income Taxes" in the United States on conference net revenue and other exempt purpose revenues, it is not exempt from the payment of income taxes outside the United States. However, if an IEEE conference takes place in a "Tax Treaty Country", in most cases conference revenue will be exempt from income taxes, as explained below. Also be aware that if IEEE conferences take place in "Non-Treaty Countries", conference surpluses or net revenues are subject to local country tax rules, which will probably include income taxes. See additional information below.Current as of 27 April 2010.
Please contact the IEEE Tax Department for current updated information in regards to Income Tax Treaties: email@example.com.