Dutch tax blog

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Dec 13, 2017

On Queen’s Speech, ‘Prinsjesdag’ in Dutch, the new Dutch cabinet Rutte III pronounced its ambitious Tax Plan 2018. Over the last months, the Tax Plan instigated many discussions and far more confusion. The 19th of December, the final ruling of the First Chamber took place. Here, you may find an overview of the actual fiscal changes that will go into effect on January 1, 2018.

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Nov 23, 2017

The new coalition agreement rocked the boat in the Netherlands. Especially the alleged abolishment of the dividend withholding tax made a wave by which government Rutte III hopes to attract more international entrepreneurs to the Netherlands. Even the renowned tv-host Lubach discussed the country’s international appeal in his show Zondag met Lubach, using our own DTS-page on European tax rates as an illustration. Whether or not the final ruling of the First Chamber might put the people at ease, remains yet to be seen. 

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Sep 21, 2017

Great News! The draft bill concerning the Dutch withholding tax obligation for holding cooperatives and the expansion of the withholding tax exemption contains several decrees that both tightens and broadens the Dutch dividend withholding tax exemption has been sent to parliament. It provides for relief from double taxation in genuine corporate structures.

This legislation makes the Netherlands more attractive for corporate structures.

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Sep 19, 2017

Did the Dutch Tax Authorities fine you or your company? It is always wise to object in case of tax penalties. Continue reading and find out why. 

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Sep 14, 2017

Starting january 1st , 2018; the Dutch tax authorities will no longer reduce fines when you voluntarily declare hidden savings, assets and/or bank accounts.  From then on, every tax avoider will be liable for fines up to 300% of the unpaid taxes. We can help you in the procedure of voluntary declaration - for the short period you can still 'benefit' from its advantages-  and assist in avoiding or reducing any future fines. 

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