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Jul 12, 2018

For everyone interested in buying property in the Dutch Randstad, it is a well-known phenomenon that the property values are increasing exponentially. Buying a house therefore becomes a true challenge, especially in Amsterdam. This, in turn, affects rental prices in the free real estate sector. These prices go up as well. As a result of this continuous upward trend, both companies and private individuals are drawn to real estate investments. 

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Jun 20, 2018

The first of January 2018 was the effective date of expansion of the Dutch dividend tax withholding regime. It was also the date of duty notification being imposed regarding the application of the taxation exemption in respect of dividends paid out to non-Dutch based recipients. This blog discusses said newly introduced duty of notification by elaborating on the following themes: “Dividend withholding tax specification”, “Dividend withholding tax exemption conditions”, “Abuse of dividend withholding tax exemption” and “Artificial construction in connection with dividend withholding tax”.

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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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May 31, 2018

Anyone who is intrigued by the fiscal aspects of crypto-currencies will have noticed that consultants with answers to their questions are few and far between. There is a perfectly simple explanation for this, in that appropriate legislation and jurisprudence have to date been conspicuous by their absence. Politicians are slowly but surely becoming aware of the inexorable advance of blockchain technology and crypto-currencies and the need for legal and fiscal regulation. To date, the Dutch Minister of Finance and his State Secretary have provided some insight on two occasions, in March and May of this year. What do we know about the Cabinet’s thoughts on the matter?

 

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