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Jun 18, 2018

Cryptocurrency and bitcoins are rapidly evolving and propose a whole new capital market. Therefore, cryptocurrency also becomes subject to taxes, in the Netherlands as well as abroad. It is thus to your benefit to be well informed about the fiscal issues related to cryptocurrency, whether you are an entrepreneur or private individual. This blog offers answers to the most pressing questions about taxes on bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies.

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Jun 14, 2018

Running a webshop in the Netherlands is an attractive way of earning an income: you are your own boss, you can work in a field you are interested in, you can be an entrepreneur every day, trying to improve and grow your business, and the world is your marketplace.


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Mar 22, 2018

The current DDWT exemption for EU and EEA shareholders has per 1 January 2018 been extended to third countries where the non – resident shareholder is an entity that has an interest of at least 5 percent in the Dutch company or resides (for tax treaty purposes) in a jurisdiction that has concluded a tax treaty, including a dividend article, with the Netherlands. The dividend article does not necessary has to minimize the dividend withholding tax to 0%.  The extended DDWT exemption may also apply to distributions to a hybrid entity (an entity which is considered transparent in one country and non-transparent in the other).

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Mar 13, 2018

More and more people are able to live wherever they want and work remotely. Home is where the heart is, and work is where the laptop is. Many a blogger, designer, developer, journalist, consultant, etc. etc. dreams of working a few hours a day from a Balinese beach, iPhone in one hand, coconut in the other. This life is often referred to as being a ‘digital nomad’. 

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Mar 1, 2018

In 2008, the economic crisis got hold of the Netherlands. The first casualties were those already in a financial struggle. At the beginning of the crisis, both entrepreneurs and enterprises bit the dust. Because they were no longer able to pay their outstanding invoices, they subsequently put the financial continuity of their creditors in harm’s way. Consequently, the economic crisis struck once again, inflicting bankruptcy on initially healthy and vital enterprises. To make matters worse, Dutch banks were unable to ease the pain and offer suiting financial aid, since enforced recovery procedures in case of payment failure would only rub salt in the wound. Luckily, several entrepreneurs and enterprises battled their way out of the economic crisis. Although surviving darker days, many of them still deal financial problems, of which Dutch tax liability is a common sore point. 

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